The Situation of Commercial Farm Workers after Land Reform in Zimbabwe


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I remain, however, solely responsible for the limitations of this study.

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Contents

Acronyms 4

Executive Summary 5

Recommendations 10

CHAPTER 1: The Land Question, Reform and Farm Workers 17

    1. Introduction 17

    2. The purpose of the report 18

    3. The structure of the report 19

    4. The land question in historical perspective 20

    5. Farm workers in historical perspective 22

    6. Assessing the impact of reform on farm workers 24

    7. The methodology of the study 26

    8. A demographic note on respondents 30

CHAPTER 2: The Scope and Process of
Fast-track Reform or Jambanja 33

  1. Introduction 33

  2. Spontaneous land occupations 33

  3. The opening phase of ‘land invasions’ 35

  4. The launch of the fast-track programme 37

CHAPTER 3:The Impact of Land Reform on
Farm Workers’ Livelihoods 43

  1. Introduction 43

  2. Production conditions and employment on farms 43

  3. Gender and employment patterns after reform 45

  4. Incomes, allowances and severance packages 46

  5. Access to basic social services 49




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