Zimbabwe’s land reform has been intensely controversial. Yet debate has been plagued by bias and misinformation. This book aims to offer a more considered discussion, rooted in field-based, empirical research carried out over 13 years since the 2000 land reform. The book is organised in eight thematic sections, each introduced with a short overview essay. As Zimbabwe looks to the future, the challenges of agriculture and rural development are pressing. The reflections in this book provide pointers to the way forward.