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Land Tenure

  • Moyo, S. (2010): Emerging Land Tenure Issues in Zimbabwe. ISS Book Chapter.
  • Kagonye-Midzi, P.; Jowah, E. (2007): Land Administration in Zimbabwe. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Mhishi L. (2007): A General Overview of the Legal Aspects of Leasehold, Conveyancing and Land Transfers. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Moyo, S. (2007): Emerging Tenure System in Zimbabwe. ISS Book Series.
  • Moyo, S. (2007): Emerging Land Tenure Issues in Zimbabwe. Review of the Agricultural Sector Following the Implementation of Land Reform. Harare: SMAIAS Monograph Series No. 2/07.
  • Siziba, D.; Dangwa, C. (2007): A Gendered Perspective on Land Tenure. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Sukume, C. (2007): Conceptual Frameworks around Land Tenure. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Tagarira, E. (2007): Financing Leasehold Agriculture. Harare: SMAIAS.
  • Manji, A. (2006): The Politics of Land Reform in Africa: From Communal Tenure to Free Markets. London: Zed Books.
  • Moyo, S.; Maguranyanga, B. (2006): Land Tenure in the Post FTLRP Zimbabwe: Key Strategic Policy Development Issues.
  • SMAIAS (2005): Land Tenure Systems and their Impacts on Food Security and Sustainable Development in Africa Economic Commission for Africa. ECA/SDD/05/09.
  • Moyo, S. (2004): The Land Question and Tenure Issues in Eastern and Southern Africa. OSSREA Bullletin, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2004.
  • Moyo, S.; Matondi, P. (2004): Land Reform Policies in Zimbabwe. In: Hungwe, M. (Ed.) (2004): Land Reform and Tenure in Southern Africa: Current Practices, Alternatives and Prospects. Zimbabwe: Sable Press.

 

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