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Chamisa Says Land Reform Is Irreversible, Promises Title Deeds To New Farmers

Chamisa Says Land Reform Is Irreversible, Promises Title Deeds To New Farmers

Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Change Champion in Chief Nelson Chamisa says his party will not return farms to white former farmers but instead give title deeds to resettled black farmers.

Zimbabwe is scheduled to hold presidential, parliamentary and local government elections in 2023.

In 2000, the Zimbabwean government, then led by the late Robert Mugabe, embarked on a violent land reform programme and seized farms from about 4 000 white farmers.

However, top ZANU PF and government officials, as well as senior security services officials, allegedly took the lion’s share of the spoils, with some of them getting several farms each, while millions of ordinary citizens remain landless.

Addressing a rally at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo on Sunday, Chamisa reiterated his previous assertions that the land programme is irreversible. He said:

We are going to give people title deeds to land. We will not return the land to the white owners as is always being propagated.

I heard them say that if the boy gets into power, he is going to take back the land to the whites. No!

That is never going to happen, we are going to give title deeds to our people.

Chamisa also promised to bring an end to the forced displacements of villagers from their land by the government to make way for businesses. He said:

Our new government will not take land from anyone, but instead, it will offer title deeds. We will revive business confidence and investor confidence because the economy is about building confidence in title deeds and ownership.

Thousands of families in Southeast Lowveld are on the verge of losing their ancestral lands to pave the way for milk and ethanol-producing companies.

More: NewsDay

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10 Comments

Maparamuro 1 month ago

Finally waking up to Zim reality. Talk about constitutionalism tinzwe because source of our problems is disrespect of the constitution


factos 1 month ago

This boy knows how to campaign
it is better to fake it now and show them that land belongs to the right ful owners not zanu bootlickers


factos fekitosi 1 month ago

This boy knows how to campaign
it is better to fake it now and show them that land belongs to the right ful owners not zanu bootlickers


observer 1 month ago

wolf in sheep's clothing .ndatopedza so


🗣️ 1 month ago

about wolfs

Kule Dhambi 1 month ago

Mwana womwana wangu, shandira harabwa dze zanu idzo.


WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 1 month ago

CCC Political Party President, Advocate Nelson Chamisa has hit the nail on the head that land reform is irreversible and instead his government will issue title deeds to all legal occupiers.

ZANU PF has been poisoning citizens' minds that CCC leadership shall reverse the land reform and give it to former colonisers. He assured the nation that his government shall go a step further by giving title deeds to the new owners.

[ GO MUKOMANA GO ].

[ MBAVHA DZESE NGADZIDZIDZISWE ].

[ VOTE CCC FOR REAL CHANGE ].

Yours sincerely
William Sonboy CHINEMBIRI
[ THE BUSH LAWYER ].


Viva Chamisa 1 month ago

Pasi ne Corruption


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🗣️ Voice 1 month ago

Chief first start with those who have more than 3 farms, the likes of you know who, having plus 2 farms for their own benefits has to stop.

white farmers were better than the current so called farmers failing to maintain the land that were given to them, failing to produce enough.

some farms are now like waste lands,the ones who were given these farms are now a disgrace to agriculturist community.

More input in agriculture will also stabilize the ecoy, but those who are there have turned to be slaggers than becoming what they intend to be.


pk 1 month ago

panosvika 2023 zanu pf inenge yatopedza kupa matitle deeds. saka mufanha taura zvimwe. Odinga arohwa



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