PICTURES: Evicted Farmer Martin Grobler’s Property Thrown Out

Zimbabwean farmer Martin Grobler was on Friday evicted from his Protea Farm in Ruwa and his property thrown out by an official from the agriculture ministry, Ivy Rupindi.

Privilege Musvanhiri shared pictures from the farm showing Grobler’s property strew all over the place. The pictures are captioned with the words:

Fresh farm eviction at Protea Farm in Ruwa outside Harare. Farmer Martin Grobler being evicted to make way for Ministry of lands official Ivy Rupindi. This happening after government announced it will compensate farmers who lost land during the 2000 land reform.

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… Evicted Zimbabwe farmer Martin Grobler now pondering what to do with his property left outside his home and where to move his 250 head of cattle. The claimant Ivy Rupindi says she is the rightful owner and gave Grobler 24hrs to leave the farm.

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4 comments on “PICTURES: Evicted Farmer Martin Grobler’s Property Thrown Out

  1. Fcuking bitch. She is just a bloody thief. And why aren’t the ZRP stopping this bitch.
    Be afraid Zimbabwe, be very afraid.

    1. Did you see how many ZRP personnel they managed to get together to support her? No problems with manpower and transport for this I tell you

  2. Now you can see that all this talk of land being returned is an absolute lie and a smoke screen to gaurner foreign aid money as long as zanu there will never be stability in binzabwe

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PICTURES: Evicted Farmer Martin Grobler’s Property Thrown Out