SA not sweet on Zim plan to nab sugar firm’s land

Mail & Guardian | 17 January 2014

 by KENNEDY MAPOSA
  Zimbabwe government officials are allegedly debating whether to expropriate Tongaat Hulett’s farmlands.   Tongaat Hulett is the subject of heated debate in Zimbabwe, where government officials are allegedly debating whether to expropriate the sugar company’s farmlands, leaving it only with its milling operations.  Some Cabinet ministers, such as Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa, are allegedly against the planned expropriation, saying it would disrupt efforts to revive the country’s economy. He is said to be backed by several other ministers…

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