South African Farmers Ready To Start Farming In Zimbabwe – SA Embassy

After the govt passed the Statutory Instrument (SI) 62 of 2020 which allows commercial farmers to apply to possess the land that was formerly theirs or any other institution or individual interested in undertaking farming on land being controlled by the government, South African farmers are reportedly ready to start farming in Zimbabwe, Newsday reports.

According to the publication, The SA Embassy spokesperson said:

While we don’t have the numbers, in terms of those likely to benefit, we have spoken to a number of South African farmers who already have their own funding to start agricultural activity in Zimbabwe, so this decision is welcome

More: Newsday 

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4 comments on “South African Farmers Ready To Start Farming In Zimbabwe – SA Embassy

  1. i urge the gvt of zimbabwe to support this allocation of farms to farmers this will create job in zim please zanupf take this opportunity and protect it your people need jobs

  2. I am Australian but have a strong interest in Zim Politics. I am a bit confused though, will Farms be returned to the Farmers that owned farms iduring the original Land acquisition or Famers who received those Farms post acquisition?

  3. It is welcome news that SA farmers are ready to start farming in Zimbabwe.Food security is what is needed most.This could have been started a long time back but nevertheless the undertaking is applauded.What we need is speed and transparency.It is very easy for people to start standing by Zanu again if this is done with the love of the people at heart.

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