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But, the land will not be returned. His plants are not as strong as those in the commercial fields, but he does the best he can. Growing his own food saves money, when he has little to spare.
We want to work always. So, if I just stay without working, I don't feel well", Mr Vuma said. Zimbabweans are scheduled to go to the polls by August. Between now and then, Mr Mnangagwa is trying to convince voters and the international community that he is the right choice to lead the country.
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The end of the year reign of Robert Mugabe has delivered new opportunities and expectations. Mr Mnangagwa knows that reviving the agriculture sector will be one of the most important tests of his economic credentials.
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The race is on to entice commercial farmers back to their homeland. David van Breda has a dry smile when asked if he has any advice for Zimbabwean farmers in Australia. The path that we have all walked on in the past hundred years in this country has been up and down. But, I believe a lot of the historical problems have been resolved. Topics: government-and-politics , foreign-aid , agriculture , agribusiness , agricultural-crops , agricultural-machinery , agricultural-policy , zimbabwe. First posted February 03, Contact Sally Sara.
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