The Situation of Commercial Farm Workers after Land Reform in Zimbabwe
the aftermath of land reform
, the union base among farm workers has been considerably weakened.
The main union
, GAPWUZ, now operates on a smaller membership and resource base. There is a case for material and solidarity support for the union.
, efforts should be directed at capacity building in the union and strengthening its advocacy.
Its focus will be wider now
, extending to workers
on the new commercial farms
, and to those in informal settlements.
Main players who should help to preserve and strengthen the skills and organisational base of unions are: GAPWUZ, the
international labour movement
local and international NGOs
, agribusiness companies and commodity associations.
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