Reconfigured Agrarian Relations in Zimbabwe

Toendepi Shonhe



Radical land reform programmes generate changes in agrarian structures and capital accumulation trajectories in the countryside. This book examines how capital accumulation is being reshaped by changing financing and marketing of agricultural commodities and presents an emerging Quadi-PMMR-model agrarian structure composed of the poor, middle, middle-to-rich peasants and some rich capitalists with a growing middle scale farmer base constituting two thirds of the rural population in Zimbabwe.


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Toendepi Shonhe is a political economist, and post-doctoral Researcher at the Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa.