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ZIMBABWE-The Land Question

December 1, 1979 ZIMBABWE The Land Question Karrim Essack WHATEVER be the final outcome of the constitutional conference on Zimbabwe, a positive outcome of the proceedings till now has been that they have clarified the political positions of the various contending parties at the conference and those Hovering outside it like Zimbabwe Democratic Party of Chikerema, On no question has this been more evident than on the issue of land. Lord Carrington was anyway frankness itself when he proposed that the present land structure in Zimbabwe be retained for the next ten years and the provisions of the Land Tenure Act 970 be actually incorporated in a But of Rights.

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