Zimbabwe white farmers: $9bn compensation falls short

The government redistributed land to black people in the 1980s to alter the ethnic balance of land ownership.

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    In Zimbabwe, white farmers who lost everything in a government policy to redistribute land to black people say compensation plans fall far short of what's needed.

    They're sceptical about ever seeing any money from the cash-strapped government.

    Al Jazeera's As Haru Mutasa reports from Chegutu.


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