New Book: Zimbabwe takes back its land
By Joseph Hanlon, Jeanette Manjengwa, and Teresa Smart
When 170,000 black farmers occupied 4,000 white farms in Zimbabwe in 2000, it caused world-wide shockwaves. A decade later, Zimbabwe Takes Back Its Land finds that the new farmers are doing relatively well, improving their lives and becoming increasingly productive, especially since the US dollar became the local currency.
Book launch & drink: Thursday 31 January 2013, 1700, Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs, with Sir Malcolm Rifkind, MP, Former UK Defence Secretary & Foreign Secretary. The meeting is open, but Chatham House requires pre-registration.
To reserve a place, sign up on http://www.chathamhouse.org/events/view/187431
Or just a debate: Zimbabwe Takes Back Its Land, Monday 28 January 2013, 18.30, London School of Economics (LSE), New Theatre, East Building.
Open, no registration needed.
Birmingham: Zimbabwe Takes Back Its Land, Thursday 17 Jan. Send a note if you want to attend. email@example.com