Land and Property Rights: The Decolonisation Process and Democracy in Africa: Lessons From Zimbabwe and Kenya.

The introduction of this paper provides some key conceptual explanations that are considered important in the discussion of property and land relations and rights in the colonisation and de-colonisation processes in Africa. This is followed by an analysis of the struggle for property and land, as partly reflected in the constitutional-making process and other legal forms in Zimbabwe. The paper ends by drawing some broad conclusion to supplement or highlight those made in the main body, which may be pertinent to the constitution-making process and other policy considerations in the South African context.

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