Resizing of land 'will be a big test for Zim govt to rope in white farmers'

Zimbabwean former head of the Commercial Framers Union, a grouping of mostly white farmers, has reportedly said that the country's ongoing land audit would be a "a big test" for the Zimbabwean government to rope in white farmers.

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With horns or without? Swiss cows on the ballot

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Gunmen kidnap volunteer, shoot children in Kenya

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Blow for Russia as Interpol elects new President

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Solving the 'Brexodus' of workers

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Terror of gang violence drives migrant caravans northward

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