The Zimbabwean government is likely to return to the country after the completion of the March. The audit is being carried out on a national level and aims to correct the situation in the past.
The Zimbabwean government looks at the completion of a survey undergoing an underage audit.
The audit, which is being conducted on a national level, seeks to flush out multiple farmers and attempts to correct some mistakes in the nation's fast-track land reform.
Douglas Karoro, Deputy Minister of Lands, agriculture, rural resettlement, water and climate, addressed Parliament recently to say:
"Government wants to see a situation where there is fairness in land ownership. There is a land audit that is currently under way and we expect the exercise to be finalized by the end of March. "
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The deputy went on to say that it would not focus on the color of the farmer but on the individuals capcity to make the land productive:
A farmer is going to be looked at as a farmer, who has capacity and competence. The essence is that we want to produce enough food for the world and surplus for export. "
The audit seeks to undo the damage done by the land seizures, which had seen food production and the production of foodstuffs:
"In short, government is looking at ways that are non-discriminatory in terms of allocating land to those people who want land,"
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