Zimbabwe’s land reform since 2000 has been intensely controversial. Yet the debate about what happened, where and to who has too often been shallow and ill-informed, and not based on solid empirical evidence from the field. Based on on-going fieldwork, this website offers a range of material on what happened to people’s livelihoods after land reform.

New book now out!

Debating Zimbabwe’s Land Reform  by Ian Scoones is a 224 page low-cost book and is available through Amazon. Its 60 chapters are a compilation of some of the blogs that have been published on Zimbabweland in the last few years. The chapters are clustered around a series of themes, each introduced with a new introductory essay. The themes are agricultural and livestock production, the economy, political dimensions, land, livelihoods and rural development, aid and development, comparative lessons and researching land and agrarian change.

Zimbabweland blog

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