Farmers In Zimbabwe

Host Bob Edwards talks to BBC Correspondent Grant Ferrett about farmers in Zimbabwe. Last Week President Robert Mugabe's government said it would seize 841 commercial farms mostly owned by Whites to resettle landless blacks. Traders are worried the move by the government could jeopardize future aid from International Monetary Fund and scare away foreign investors.



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