Zimbabwe Takes Back Its Land
edited by Joseph Hanlon, Jeanette Manjengwa and Teresa Smart
With stories and pictures, real farmers tell of their own experiences of setting up the farms and building up production. Fanuel Mutandiro tells how he built up his farm and the 70 trips to Mbare Market in Harare with a tractor and trailer full of tomatoes before he could afford a truck. Esther Makwara shows off her maize field with 8 tonnes per hectare -- better than nearly all white farmers. And Mrs Chibanda shows off with pride her new tobacco barn where she cures the tobacco from her 1.5 hectare. But these stories are backed up by data -- from the authors' own fieldwork and extensive other research.
About the Editors
Joseph Hanlon is visiting senior research fellow at the Open University, Milton Keynes, England; visiting senior fellow at the London School of Economics; and honorary research fellow at the University of Manchester.
Jeanette Manjengwa is the deputy director of the Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Zimbabwe.
Teresa Smart is visiting research associate at the Institute of Education, University of London.
Editors Dr Joseph Hanlon, Jeanette Manjengwa and Teresa Smart
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