Recent threats of farm invasion in Zimbabwe are making both new and old farmers nervous, and have resulted in disruptions to farming activity.
Farm invasions are "inevitable" should white South Africans not voluntarily hand over land to the government, says the ANC Youth League.
Vusi Mavimbela, South Africa’s ambassador to Zimbabwe, has attacked Zanu-PF over its continued invasion of South African-owned farms.
President Robert Mugabe’s use of farmland to stifle dissent among his followers has been laid bare.
Mugabe and his allies have seized nearly half Zimbabwe’s commercial farms in a land grab widely blamed for the economic collapse.
At least 16 white farmers in Zimbabwe have come under attack over the last week, a farmers’ union said on Wednesday.
Civil rights group AfriForum has won a court bid to sue Zimbabwe’s government over its "cruel" and revengeful" expropriation of SA-owned farms.
Zimbabwe’s deputy premier said on Thursday a team of top government officials was launching a probe into fresh seizures of white-owned farms.
Donors want the Zimbabwe government to stop land seizures, writes Jason Moyo.
The prime minister in Zimbabwe’s new coalition government said on Wednesday that President Robert Mugabe has agreed to free political prisoners.
According to a union official, the attackers are now said to be prowling the Midlands area, kicking out the 400 remaining white farmers.