Scottish legislator hails land reform
Hebert Zharare Political Editor A SCOTTISH MP-in-waiting, Mr Christian Allard, who is set for a seat in the Scottish Parliament on a Scottish Nationalist party ticket over the weekend came up full-swing in support of President Mugabe and the land reform programme. Mr Allard’s comments, which were carried by The Herald Scotland, came as the British paper, the Guardian, reiterated its stance that Zanu-PF would retain power in a clean poll that will be endorsed by Western powers, culminating in the removal of all forms of sanctions. The previously anti-land reform, all white Commercial Farmers Union of Zimbabwe has since pledged to work with the Government, saying it cannot continue swimming against the tide.
The now disbanded Sadc tribunal ruled in favour of Mr Campbell, but it became a nullity as regional leaders dissolved it pending it’s reconstitution as it was being manipulated by Western donors. The film, “Mugabe and The White African,” was listed for an Oscar, was nominated for a Bafta and was voted best documentary at the British Independent Film Awards.However, Mr Allard attacked the film saying: “Mike Campbell, a South African army captain — came to Zimbabwe from South Africa in 1974, in the middle of the guerrilla war against the black majority .... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Herald