Property Rights

Economic crunch and solutions – the importance of property rights by John Robertson – 16 June 2016 ... Read More

National Healing and the Land Question” – a presentation by Ben Freeth, executive director of the Mike Campbell Foundation,

for the Heal Zimbabwe Trust – 30 March 2016... Read More

Ben Freeth’s presentation on protecting property rights at the AfriForum land conference in SA – 18 March 2015.... Read More

Signed 800 years ago, the Magna Carta  protected the rule of law, property rights and human rights – 11 February 2015.... Read More

Cathy Buckle:  Stuck in the moment – “This is my farm” and now “This is my plot” – 12 September 2014….. Read More

Tribute to Wilfred Mhanda from the Mike Campbell Foundation – 30 May 2014... Read More

A Point of View: Is democracy overrated? - 11 August 2013 ... Read More

Zimbabwe: Why is one of the world's least free economies growing so fast? 18 March 2013 ... Read More

Craig Richardson's presentation on property rights for the Mike Campbell Foundation - 7 March 2013 ... Read More

Constitution legalises land grabs by Craig Richardson - 15 March 2013 ... Read More

Property Rights: A development imperative - January 2013 ... Read More

Challenges of transition in Africa - 7 October 2012 ... Read More

Title to land and the farm invasions - 23 January 2012 ... Read More

Land reform driver of economic collapse - 28 June 2006 ... Read More

Learning from failure:  property rights and land reform - 6 April 2006 ... Read More

Loss of property rights caused Zim collapse -  14 November 2005 ... Read More
 

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