Roots of Africa's 'land problem'

A fatally flawed assessment of the realities of modern economics.

In Summary

• Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe share same roots:

• The extreme difficulty (and routine failures) in trying to modify an economic structure designed for the benefit of a few to serve the majority.

What would you say is the connection between the recent death of the former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe (and the subsequent assessment of his legacy); the recent explosion of xenophobic ...

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