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Published on Jan 5, 2019
Thousands of white farmers in Zimbabwe were forced off their land during former President Robert Mugabe's rule. But they might now be awarded some compensation. The government says it plans to pay more than 50 million dollars to those who were evicted. But critics estimate the bill at 9 billion dollars. So, will their demands trigger another crisis? And has land reform proved a success - in Zimbabwe or elsewhere?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan Guests Derek Matyszak, senior researcher at the Instittute for Security Studies Pretoria. Aly Khan Satchu, CEO of Rich management and a emerging markets economist. Joseph Ochieno, commentator on African affairs and former columnist for New Africa Magazine.