Returning Zimbabweans Might Receive Land; Zimbabwean Lawyer Admits On Newzroom Africa - RSA
South Africa - Well it seems Zimbabweans are already looking what they can take home with them to Harare when their Zep permits expire in a few months. When asked by a journalist on Newzroom Africa what Zimbabweans returning home might do to integrate back to society Zimbabwean Lawyer Simba Chitando replied that he and various organisations are working with the Zimbabwean government to expropriate land for them. "We are at the moment working with various organisations, interacting with the government of Zimbabwe to, expedite land, and also various business licenses." Chitando told Newzroom Africa. Simba Chitando, has revealed on Newzroom Africa that the Zimbabwe government will enable Zimbabweans who are leaving South Africa to bring back one car and all their home furniture on expiry of their Zimbabwe Examptions Permit. Chitando also announced the Zimbabwe government is also working on an agenda to procure land to the returning Zimbabweans. This comes as at least 200 thousand Zimbabweans will be declared illegal immature when their Zep permits expire in just 4 months in December. What do you think of this? Please leave your comments below we would like to hear from you.
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