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[The Blacks clearly are not really keeping to the deal and have missed deadlines. I wonder how much money the White Farmers have actually received? I, personally, think the Whites are wasting their time. But they are desperate. Whites need to deal with Whites. This should show you how difficult and hopeless the whole deal is. In the end, we can't work with these Blacks. You're wasting your life. The same is true in South Africa. Jan]
Zimbabwe is proposing changing the terms of a $3.5 billion compensation deal signed with former White farmers two years ago after twice missing agreed-to payments.
The revised plan was part of Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube’s budget presented on Thursday at the new Chinese-built Parliament building north of the capital, Harare.
According to the original pact, farmers who were evicted from their land two decades ago should have received half the money within the first year, followed by four $437.5 million annual instalments.
“Under the $3.5 billion Global Compensation Deed in September 2022, the government made an offer for the settlement of the GCD, which was accepted by former farm owners through a referendum,” said Ncube, referring to the new agreement.
Farmers’ groups will hold talks with Ncube to understand what he meant, according to Andrew Pascoe, president of the Commercial Farmers Union.
“Considerable progress has been made, but we haven’t signed anything yet,” he said by phone, denying a referendum on the terms was held by the group’s members.
The Treasury appointed London-based NewState Partners as transaction advisers in April last year to help raise money from international financiers.
Resolving the dispute is key to the country pulling out of the economic stagnation that the seizures, ordered by then-President Robert Mugabe, triggered.
Exports plunged, relations with multilateral lenders were severed, the US and the European Union imposed sanctions, and hyperinflation forced the nation to abandon its currency.
The new proposal sees $350 million being paid over four years. That would include instalments of $35 million a year for three years and the balance in 2026 raised from selling the 12.5% stake the farmers hold in state-owned miner Kuvimba Ltd.
“The cash payments will be made in any jurisdiction in US dollars to an account of former farm owners’ choice, payable biannually in February and July,” Ncube said.
The government will issue US dollar-denominated Treasury bonds to pay the remaining $3.15 billion.
Video & Audio: Loving Life: Jans personal discussions with President PW Botha
In 2006 as a result of my book, Government by Deception and my website AfricanCrisis, I made contact with former President PW Botha. He was very nice to me and he began phoning me. I published articles of things he told me about. He was so impressed with my accuracy when I wrote on my website what he told me, that he later invited me to stay at his house for 5 days. In this interview, I discuss some of the things that PW Botha and I discussed, and what he told me.