Whose Land is it Anyway

Benjamin Sibangani Sibanda



Twenty years after. a liberation that ended with national independence, a local chief believes that the time has come for the people to take back the land that was snatched away from his ancestors more than one hundred years earlier, by white invaders whom they saw as 'men without knees' because they wore long pants. Gathering together his community and others armed with axes and spears, he prepares to confront the white farmers living on his people's homeland. This is a book of fiction based on real life events.


The main beauty and genius of the book is the use of dialogue and conversation to address opinions and thoughts. It is a well balanced book, not overtly leaning towards any side, but manages to address the situation in a manner that is factual. - Ruby Magosvongwe


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