Leaving The Land

In 1999 Grant Ferrett, former BBC correspondent in Harare, interviewed three Zimbabwean farmers - two white, one black - as they were beginning to face pressure to give up their farms in accordance with Robert Mugabe's policy of land redistribution.

Now he returns to find out what has happened to the farmers and discovers that one of them has started a new life in Australia.

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In 1999 Grant Ferrett, former BBC correspondent in Harare, interviewed three Zimbabwean farmers - two white, one black - as they were beginning to face pressure to give up their farms in accordance with Robert Mugabe's policy of land redistribution.

Now he returns to find out what has happened to the farmers and discovers that one of them has started a new life in Australia.

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In 1999 Grant Ferrett, former BBC correspondent in Harare, interviewed three Zimbabwean farmers - two white, one black - as they were beginning to face pressure to give up their farms in accordance with Robert Mugabe's policy of land redistribution.

Now he returns to find out what has happened to the farmers and discovers that one of them has started a new life in Australia.

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Grant Ferrett, former BBC correspondent in Harare, returns to Zimbabwe find out what has happened to three farmers he interviewed in 1999.