Soldiers, Police Drive Out Greek Family From Mazowe Farm

A white farmer in Mazowe has allegedly been kicked off his farm by members of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP).

The farmer, Andreas, Peter and Shaun Livaditakis are the applicants, while ZRP, ZNA, the provincial lands officer and Lands Minister Perrance Shiri are cited as the respondents.

In the court papers, the Livaditakis family said:

When the land reform commenced around the year 2000, the Livaditakis family which included the applicants relinquished Sandown, Jakaals Loop, Oakwoods and Lot 29 Kaba Farms and remained with Goede Hoop Farm commonly known as Goodhope Farm.

This was done on the agreement of the government and applicants, in particular, the third and fourth respondents.

… Sometime in September 2018, the first and second respondents (ZRP and ZNA) stormed the farm and told me that I needed to leave the farm as the farm was now theirs.

I showed them proof that I was in lawful occupation but they had none of that. They forcibly entered that farm and started accommodating in my own structures on the farm…

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Mazowe` (formerly Mazoe) is a town located in Mashonaland Central Province. It is about 38 km north of Harare. It was known for it's citrus estates. Read More About Mazowe


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One Comment on “Soldiers, Police Drive Out Greek Family From Mazowe Farm

  1. And the same week reports that evicted farmers may be offered their now derelict farms back at low rents.
    If it wasn’t for the impact that such stupid behaviour has on the ordinary and undeserving people it would be hilarious.
    I would ask the gods and ancestral spirits to strike down every corrupt official in the country of the ancestors.

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