Sun. Aug 1st, 2021

Zimbabwe has offered to return land to foreign nationals whose farms were seized under a controversial government programme two decades ago.
Thousands of white farmers were forced from their land, often violently, between 2000 and 2001.
The seizures were meant to redress colonial-era land grabs but contributed to the country’s economic decline and ruined relations with the West.
A separate compensation scheme has been launched for local white farmers.
They have not been offered land, but the government last month promised them $3.5bn (£2.6bn) for seized infrastructure.

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5 thoughts on “Zimbabwe to return land seized from foreign farmers – BBC News”
  1. The Zimbabwian government doesn’t own shit to their previous oppresors, if you guys are so superior as you say you are, please take you superiority complex elsewhere and stop bothering a african country over some farming lands that they clearly need more than your folks do.
    You don’t give a shit about Africa and african suffering anyway so stop being hypocrites, and showing off your so called virtues only when white mens are involved in the matter.

  2. Why are people suddenly crying about the word ‘foreigner’ when the majority of white Brits call anyone with even the slightest darker skintone, a foreigner, no matter how many generations are in Britain.

    Pot, know the rest.

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