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From The Tablet (UK), 19 June

Mugabe critics boosted by new archbishop

James Roberts

In a signal that he wants the Catholic Church in Zimbabwe to take a firmer
line with the country's dictator, Robert Mugabe, the Pope this week
appointed a member of the Ndebele people as Archbishop of Harare. The
appointment means that the country's two leading Catholic bishops are linked
to the Matabeleland provinces which Mugabe has done most to alienate.
Catholics in Zimbabwe are hoping that the new Archbishop of Harare, Robert
Ndlovu, will be able to take a more critical stance than his predecessor,
Archbishop Patrick Chakaipa, who died from cancer in April 2003 at the age
of 71. But with the rule of law shredded and the economy in ruins,
Archbishop Ndlovu will need to tread carefully in order not to provoke
further violence and intimidation. The appointment means that the Church in
Zimbabwe is likely to avoid the sort of embarrassing approval which
Archbishop Chakaipa, who was linked to Mugabe by ethnic ties, lavished on
the President. Chakaipa's reluctance to speak out against Mugabe meant that
the dictator was able to play him off against Archbishop Pius Ncube of
Bulawayo, who has been a fearless critic of the regime.

At Chakaipa's Requiem Mass held at the Harare Sports Centre, Mugabe said
that Chakaipa had "unambiguously" supported the programme of land seizures
from white farmers. Mugabe went on to attack Archbishop Ncube "for siding
with the enemy . with the farmers and the British". The Zimbabwe Catholic
Bishops' Conference later clarified that Chakaipa had wanted ordinary people
to have access to more land but did not approve of the violence. Archbishop
Ncube this week welcomed the appointment of Ndlovu, who is currently Bishop
of Hwange and a fellow member of the Ndebele people who have suffered the
brunt of Mugabe's repression. "Personally, I think for the good of the
Church he is the ideal man," the Archbishop, speaking from his home in
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second city, told The Tablet. "He is deeply spiritual,
a very integrated personality, very prudent, very mature, very transparent,"
Archbishop Ncube said. "He is sensitive to the feelings of others, and a
very efficient administrator." The fact that Ndlovu was so evidently a man
"out to serve" would help defuse any resistance to his appointment on the
part of those unhappy that a bishop from Matabeleland is filling such a
senior post in the Church. "He will uplift the people," Ncube said.

Almost alone among the bishops, Ncube has been a fearless critic of Robert
Mugabe, accusing him of remaining a prisoner of his own "egocentricity and
megalomania". But Archbishop Ncube said this was not the kind of talk people
could expect from Ndlovu. "I am an emotional person. He is more seasoned. He
will not make headlines." As Bishop of Hwange, Ndlovu has been a determined
defender of his people while being careful to avoid direct confrontation
with the Government. After a feeding programme for 35,000 people run by the
Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace came under attack by a gang of war
veterans in May 2002, Bishop Ndlovu halted the programme out of concern for
the workers' safety. Two months later, the programme resumed, but this time
run by the Catholic Development Commission. The bishop had worked behind the
scenes to transfer the running of the programme to the CDC which, like the
CCJP, was part of the Zimbabwe Bishops' Conference but, because of its lower
political profile, was an organisation the Government could be persuaded to
accept. The Zimbabwean Church often has to walk such tightropes. But too
many clergy reach too easy an accommodation with the Government, according
to Archbishop Ncube. He said many senior individual clergy "put their mouth
where the bread is buttered" - but not Ndlovu.

The new Archbishop of Harare was born in Lupane district in 1955 and was
ordained a priest in August 1983. This was the time, three years after
independence, when Mugabe's Gukurahunde campaign to pacify Matabeleland was
at its height. Lupane saw some of the worst atrocities of that campaign.
Concerned at challenges to his rule from the region associated with the 20
per cent Ndebele minority in the country, Mugabe paid North Korea to train a
private army known as the Fifth Brigade, which for two years terrorised the
region. An estimated 20,000 people were murdered, with villagers of all ages
being publicly tortured and killed as a warning to others - who were forced
to watch the atrocities or participate in them - not to harbour so-called
dissidents. Ndlovu became Bishop of Hwange in May 1999. His Matabeleland
diocese is home to the country's largest and best known national park but is
also one of the poorest regions in the country. Mike Auret, former director
of the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe, described
Ndlovu as "certainly the only man who could possibly take the position". He
said the new archbishop is "a learned man, a quiet and modest person who
will follow his predecessor in the 'non-involvement in politics' stance".

Fr Nigel Johnson, a Jesuit priest in the Bulawayo archdiocese, said the fact
that the state-controlled media had not reported the appointment of Ndlovu
suggested the Government was not happy, and that Rome might therefore have
"got it right and appointed the best man for the job". "Some people question
whether it is good to have a Ndebele speaker appointed to a Shona-speaking
diocese," Johnson said, "but the vast majority of the laity and clergy do
not have tribalistic axes to grind. They will welcome a bishop who is
dedicated to the service of his flock - and I have no doubt that Bishop
Ndlovu will be just that." Ndlovu's Harare flock - there are 380,000
Catholics in a capital city population of 4.7 million - is currently in need
of all the support it can get. The price of a 10kg bag of the staple maize
meal doubled this week from Z$10,000 to Z$20,000. It is an act that in other
places would cause riots in the streets, but Mugabe has driven the country
into a listless depression, Archbishop Ncube said. "People would rather
starve than protest. All their avenues have been closed off by the
Government. Ninety-five per cent have given up and say 'Leave it to God'.
They mean wait till [Mugabe] is out of the way." In the meantime, Ndlovu and
the other bishops will need to be as wise as serpents and innocent as doves.
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Animal, Plant Life Dwindling

The Herald (Harare)

June 21, 2004
Posted to the web June 21, 2004

Nelson Chenga

THE deep booming trumpet of the ground hornbill reverberates across the
savanna bush country in Zimbabwe's Mudzi District, as a family of three
uglylooking birds forage for food in the tall grass.

The awesome call of a unique remnant of the prehistoric era and mostly
confined to remote parts of Zimbabwe, could however be slowly receding and
vanishing into the past as human beings fast deplete the country's plant and
animal habitats.

In Mudzi District, a place was named after the ground hornbill - Dendera,
its affectionate Shona vernacular acronym - but the bird is now so rare in
the area that very few born in the last 20 years know what the bird really
looks like.

Village elders say the extraordinary looking bird has since migrated into
the yonder hills bordering Mozambique.

The ground hornbill is one among many such unique animal, bird and plant
species that could silently be disappearing from the face of the earth
mainly due to human invasion.

"A combination of poaching and habitat loss has reduced the total world
rhino population from 500 000 some 30 years ago to under 18 000 today," says
the World Conservation Union, IUCN.

The rhino horn is extensively used in traditional medicine in Asia and as
handles for ornamental daggers in the Middle East.

Effective protection and sound management of areas with protected species
has been and still remains the major challenge facing countries that are
home to rare plants and animals.

Information compiled between 1990 and 2002 and posted on the World Resource
Institute's EarthTrends website indicates that of the 270 known mammal
species in Zimbabwe 11 are threatened with extinction.

The website shows that of the 4 440 higher plant species known in the
country 141 were on the verge of extinction while 10 of the 229 known
breeding bird species are in danger of disappearing from the face of the

In classifying the species as critically endangered, endangered or
vulnerable, the World Resource Institute uses declining populations of
species as major criteria.

Sourcing from the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation
Monitoring Centre EarthTrends, however, notes that: "Data on threatened
species of mammals, birds, plants, reptiles, and amphibians underestimate
the total number of threatened species in these groups worldwide."

While data on threatened species is better represented for mammals and birds
than for other groups EarthTrends further indicates that: "Beyond the group
of described species, there are many species that have yet to be described
and whose status is yet unknown."

Zimbabwe is among five African countries that have since the 1989 ban on
trade in ivory successfully managed to conserve its elephant population so
well that numbers have ballooned to over 89 000, almost double the country's
45 000 carrying capacity.

At the 10th Conference of Parties to the Convention on International Trade
in Endangered Species of flora and fauna, Cites, in Harare in 1997,
Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe were, however, allowed oneoff controlled
sales of their ivory stockpiles to Japan.

Since then, two other countries - South Africa and Zambia - have joined the
three Southern African states in calling for a relaxation for the Cites ban
to allow them to raise money for conservation.

Zimbabwe, for example, is spending more than US$50 000 to store its 20
tonnes of ivory and failed at the 11th and 12th Cites conferences to be
allowed to trade in the commodity used mainly in carvings and jewellery.

The website EarthTrends says about 25 000 plant species and 5 000 animal
species are listed under Cites.

Zimbabwe's conservation success story in the 1990s resulted in many farmers
cashing in on the abundance of wildlife by turning some of their vast
holdings into conservancies.

But these gains risk being reversed if Zimbabwe fails to maintain the
standards it has set for itself and other Southern African countries.

The Presidential Land Review Committee Report compiled by the former Chief
Secretary to the President and Cabinet, Dr Charles Utete, and released in
September 2003 expressed concern at the welfare of the country's natural
resources, such as wildlife.

"Emphasis has tended to be on the use of land for crops and livestock, with
not much attention being paid to wildlife production as a legitimate land
use option of newly resettled farms," said the report.

In one of its recommendations, the report says that "resolute action be
taken to stem poaching and illegal settlements in parks estates".

The Land Audit Report also makes a chilling warning: "Without (measures
taken to protect the land and its natural resources) deforestation, soil
erosion, land degradation and siltation would occur unhindered, rendering
future economic development unsustainable."

In other words, Zimbabwe needs to urgently balance its conservation drive
and the equally important land reform to maintain its world renowned
conservation image.

The needs and grievances of communities who have settled in protected areas
such as the Gonarezhou National Park must be addressed without delay because
the environmental impact of their continued stay there could have far
reaching consequences.

There is an urgent need to act fast in light of well documented evidence
that impoverished communal areas can no longer fulfil the basic needs of
communities. The large scale dependence by Zimbabweans on forest resources
for fuel, construction timber, etc, has become unsustainable with rampant
deforestation and woodland degrad- ation.

While the Ministry of Lands, Land Reform and Resettlement is busy
implementing the findings of the Land Audit Report in an effort to
regularise the entire programme more effort should be put in protecting
animal and plant life in the resettlement areas.

It has been said that poverty is the greatest enemy of the environment.
Evidence of this abounds in the communal areas where poor families are
trying to make ends by exploiting the country's natural plant resources.

The baobab tree, whose bark is used extensively in mat-making, is now on the
brink of extinction. The over-exploitation of the giant tree for commercial
purposes has rendered the baobab incapable of effectively regenerating its

For hundreds of years Southern African communities have stripped the tree
bark to extract pulp which is used to treat fever, diarrhoea, malaria and as
a vitamin C supplement.

But such extraction posed very little threat to the tree since damage was
minimal and infrequent such that the tree had a good chance of regenerating.

Compiled data from many organisations indicate that the baobab, an
unmistakable feature of the landscape in most droughtprone parts of Southern
Africa, has been and still is a source of livelihood for many communities.

The baobab is a multi-purpose tree, judging from its numerous uses. Its
leaves and fruit are good as relish substitutes. The fruit is used as a
fermenting agent in traditional brews and makes a refreshing traditional
drink when dissolved in milk.

The seeds, which yield an edible substitute for vegetable oil, can also be
eaten raw or roasted or ground to produce a coffee like beverage.

Pulped seeds are also known to cure gastric, kidney and joint ailments.

But all this treasure is at risk as economic survival continues to dictate
the future of these vulnerable and sometimes unique species.
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China's ambassador to SA denies Zimbabwe arms deal

June 21, 2004, 16:48

The government of the People's Republic of China has denied reports that it
is about to sell arms to Zimbabwe. China's Ambassador to South Africa said
there was no substance to these allegations. This follows reports that
Zimbabwe had ordered $240 million worth of jet fighters from China.

The briefing session was about China's economic relations with South Africa,
but journalists could not resist the question: If the reports were true, why
would China want to sell arms to Zimbabwe?

Lui Guijin dismissed the reports, saying China has adopted a responsible
policy and attitude towards selling arms to African countries. He said this
was based on contributing to peace and stability within the African

China's Ambassador to SA said: "The report has no backbone...and baseless."

The Zimbabwean jet order, if true, goes against a 1998 appeal by UN, that
defence expenditure in developing countries countries be frozen for the next
ten years.

Back to the issue of the day, South African and China are expected to sign a
string of bilateral agreements next week, both on the economic and political
fronts. China is a Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council.

Aziz Pahad, the foreign affairs minister said:" We share common perspective
global issues among these the call for the restructuring of the UNSC.."

Although South African exports to China have increased, and China's
investments to South Africa has improved, both countries concede the
situation is far from realising its potential.

When he arrives next week, Zeng Qinghong, China's Vice President, will be
hosted by Jacob Zuma, the deputy president. The two are expected to sign new
agreements which will hopefully see a new wave of trade and economic
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This is Essex
Southend: Shop boss denies land grab claims

A Southend businessman has been accused of forcing English farmers to flee their farms in Zimbabwe.

Stalin Mau Mau, 50, whose company owns the Zim-Link shop, in Hamlet Court Road, Westcliff, is one of two Zimbabwean nationals being accused of farm invasions.

Land grab accusations - Westcliff shop boss Stalin Mau Mau  Picture: ROB BROWNE
Land grab accusations - Westcliff shop boss Stalin Mau Mau Picture: ROB BROWNE

In transcripts viewed by the Evening Echo from a BBC investigation, British farmer Andrew Newmarch claimed he was visited at his Harare farm by Mr Mau Mau in May and June of 2000.

Mr Newmarch said: "He asked me to donate land for the Harare War Vets Association to use for high density housing. He said that if I said no to giving the land he did not think he could control the large group outside my office. If I agreed there would be no trouble."

Mr Newmarch is one of five farmers who claim Mr Mau Mau was pivotal in the forced reallocation of land to the Zimbabwean Government.

However, Mr Mau Mau insisted his involvement in the land allocation was during his time working to improve the Harare East constituency to stem resentment between poor black workers and landed white farmers.

He said: "When you are in politics and you enter a constituency you become aware of tensions between groups and attempt to resolve them.

"There was a critical housing shortage and I negotiated with farmers to donate some of their land to alleviate the problems."

Mr Mau Mau said the Government acquired entire farms and large swathes of land owned by white people after his involvement had ceased.

Published Monday June 21, 2004

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Committee Recommends Use of Lawyers From AG's Office

The Herald (Harare)

June 21, 2004
Posted to the web June 21, 2004


A PARLIAMENTARY portfolio committee has recommended that the Government use
lawyers in the Attorney-General's Office for legal advice rather than rely
on private lawyers.

Presenting the fourth report of the portfolio committee on Justice, Legal
and Parliamentary Affairs on the functions of the AG's Office last week,
Zvishavane MP Cde Pearson Mbalekwa (Zanu-PF) said Government must only
engage private lawyers on the advice of the office.

The committee noted that the AG's Office was having problems with its
clients - Government departments and ministries.

It was informed that the clients felt that they were not provided with
adequate legal services to the extent that ministries sometimes sought legal
advice from elsewhere.

However, when things went wrong they rushed to the AG's Office, expecting it
to rectify problems that emanated from outside legal advice.

Another problem was that Government ministries and departments were not
always available to supply facts and figures, but when default judgments
were passed, they were quick to blame law officers in the AG's Office for

The committee noted that the AG's Office often came under fire when verdicts
went against the State. The losing clients were tempted to blame either the
magistrate or prosecutor.

It was critical therefore to understand the differences between the two
officials, adding that the two were independent of each other.

The prosecutor's role was confined to presenting the facts, leading evidence
and making submissions on the merits and nature of a case before the court.
It was up to the magistrate to give a verdict based on the evidence
presented, the committee said.

The Civil Division of the Attorney- General's Office, the committee said,
must be decentralised to all provinces. The section had an office in Harare
only yet it handled all civil matters relating to Government and had a debt
collection unit mandated to collect debts on behalf of the State.

The committee recommended that the AG's Office must be independent and must
be allocated its own budget separate from that of the Ministry of Justice,
Legal and Parliamentary Affairs for it to operate effectively.

It reiterated the need for the speedy introduction and passage of the
Judicial and Legal Service Bill which is expected to improve the conditions
of service of magistrates and prosecutors as their salaries were a cause for

The Bill would move the AG's Office from the Public Service Commission to
the Judicial Services Commission that currently oversees the working
conditions of judges.

The committee also recommended that the PSC should fill vacant posts soon
after conducting interviews since it was taking ages to replace magistrates
or prosecutors who had left the service.

Zimbabwe has been hit by a brain drain of magistrates, judges and
prosecutors who were leaving the judiciary service in search of greener
pastures abroad.
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Eaglesvale Reduces Term's Budget By 25pc

The Herald (Harare)

June 21, 2004
Posted to the web June 21, 2004


EAGLESVALE School, the latest private school to lodge an appeal with the
Ministry of Education, Sport and Culture over State-recommended school fees,
has reduced its second term budget by 25 percent, in its bid to find an
acceptable compromise.

So far all appeals on the fees set last month for the whole of 2004 have
been rejected by the ministry.

Eaglesvale had originally asked parents to pay $3,675 million a term for
secondary day pupils. But, after examining the school's accounts, a parents'
task force managed to bring the cost of secondary tuition down to $2,725

They achieved this by removing subsidies from the fees account for boarding
expenses and transport, and by limiting salary increases in the third term.

The revised figure of $2,725 million, while 25 percent below the original
proposal it is still more than double the $1,2 million it has been allowed
to charge by the Government. The school has argued in the past that it could
not meet its obligations on $1,2 million, which it considers one of the
lowest fees for a private secondary school.

The head of the task force, Mr A.C. Georgias, said in the appeal letter that
parents were of the opinion that an equitable, reasonable and viable fee
must be charged by the school if was to continue to provide the high quality
standard of education that it currently provides for its students.

Early this month, Mr Georgias said Eaglesvale had to increase its fees from
the Government gazetted fees if it was to remain operational and provide
quality education.

Most private schools in the country have now turned to donations to top up
fees set by the ministry.

In almost all cases, fees set by the ministry were well below those
requested by the schools' boards of governors. Appeals for upgrades of fees
have invariably been unsuccessful.

However, the ministry has allowed the schools to raise funds from other
sources and seek donations from parents.

The minister, Cde Aneas Chigwedere, has made it clear that no child may be
excluded from enjoying all the benefits offered by the school if parents
have paid the set fee and that there can be no coercion.
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Zimbabwe's Top Officials in Hot Water Over Land Grabs

Sunday Times (Johannesburg)

June 20, 2004
Posted to the web June 21, 2004

Sunday Times Foreign Desk

ZIMBABWEAN President Robert Mugabe is expected to read ministers and top
government officials the riot act over their refusal to surrender farms they
had seized from white farmers and peasants for private gain.

A crack team Mugabe had deployed to recover the farms was met with
resistance by the officials. Officials say Mugabe plans to summon the VIPs
following a report released in April by the Presidential Land Resettlement
Committee, which revealed that up to 329 officials were clinging onto more
than one farm.

This is in violation of the government's policy of "one household, one
farm". Mugabe last July ordered his lieutenants to surrender extra farms
they grabbed at the height of the land invasions, which began in 2000.

However, the April report - which exposed land seizures on a massive scale
by corrupt officials - said Mugabe's ministers were refusing to let go of
farms they took for self-enrichment. "There are cases of senior party and
government officials who grabbed more than one farm using their positions of
influence," the report said.

"They have clandestinely held on to numerous other farms through their

The report said a committee of ministers and members of the specialised
National Inspectorate Team, comprising top army and intelligence officers,
had been battling to recover the stolen farms.

It said that as a result of rigid resistance by senior officials, only 45
000ha had been recovered from those hanging on to excess land.

"This resistance and the clandestine manoeuvres have a combined effect of
maintaining the status quo on the ground as regards the issue of multiple
farm ownership," the report said.

Mugabe's Land Reform and Resettlement Minister, John Nkomo, has warned that
the net was closing on officials who owned more than one farm.

A number of ministers, including Mugabe's propaganda chief, Jona than Moyo,
have been named as having several farms. However, Moyo, who has also been
implicated in the grabbing of a safari operation, has denied that he owned
more than one farm, saying the other one belonged to his mother.

Said Nkomo: "As the net closed in [on those with more than one farm], there
have been attempts to divert attention from the real issues of

The April report said the chaotic land reform programme had been riddled
with grave mistakes and rampant corruption.

The same conclusion was reached by two other investigation teams that
preceded it - one by former Land Reform Minister Flora Bhuka and one by a
parliamentary committee.

Mugabe and his government have grudgingly admitted the violence and chaos
that accompanied the land reform programme.
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To cull or not to cull?
21/06/2004 11:01  - (SA)

Bob Frean

Pietermaritzburg - Some Kruger National Park scientists and rangers are
dismayed at a recent decision not to lift the moratorium on elephant
culling - they say that the longer the elephants are allowed to add to the 5
000-surplus in the park, the worse the problem will get.

A ranger who shall be nameless told me: "We love elephants and the more we
learn about them, the more we admire them.

"However, in some areas over-population is a greater threat than extinction.
Exciting research has shown that contraception may be a partial solution to
population growth, especially in small reserves, but the logistics of
treating all females of reproductive age in large reserves seem beyond us.
Nor does contraception reduce elephant numbers in already over-populated

"We believe that the moratorium on culling is largely due to the pressures
exerted by blue-rinse dowagers and bunny-huggers of the western world who do
not see the damage caused by too many elephants.

"In Botswana and Zimbabwe elephants have turned large areas of bushveld into
grassveld and made several other animal and plant species extinct in those

"At our workshop on the control of wild elephant populations, most
participants agreed that there were three main methods of controlling
elephant numbers and preserving biodiversity - translocation, contraception
and culling.

"We used to cull but then came the moratorium. We are delighted to
translocate elephants to 'new' areas and we have learnt hugely from the
process. However, very few remaining places will take elephants."

Contraception said to be safe

In The Kruger Park Times of May 26, journalist Melissa Wray reported on
exciting research on immuno-contraception that has thus far proved to be a
safe, reversible and effective means of population control in small reserves
and which in future may be used in large reserves.

The work follows an amazing amount of research done to find a safe, reliable
and cost-effective method of contraception, and trying to anticipate the
logistics of contraception in large populations.

Much more information is needed on the long-term effects of contraception,
especially in such social animals, and many workers have concluded that
culling is the only realistic way of controlling populations in areas where
the number of elephants is harming the environment.

This could be coupled with a contraceptive programme that helps stabilise
populations in the long-term and will possibly obviate culling in future

Wray reports that the Greater Makali Private Game Reserve near the Kruger
Park, control has been managed entirely through contraception of the female
elephants, starting in 2000. Today 66 elephants roam the 2 500 ha reserve,
with 23 of the 28 adult females treated with a yearly contraceptive

Unlike human oral contraceptives, the drug does not rely on sex hormones but
uses proteins extracted from eggs produced by pig sows.
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Further to our legal communiqué of Friday 18 June 2004 herewith the Section
5 preliminary notices of compulsory acquisition as publicised that day in
the Herald:

Friday 18 June 2004
Land Acquisition Act (Chapter 20:10)
LOT 147
Section 5

1 Belingwe 4429/89 Knott P/L Lot 3 Koodoovale 5001.7495 ha

2 Belingwe 608/50 Mt Belingwe Farm P/L Mbelengwa 2756.2749 ha

3 Belingwe 4278/86 Mt Belingwe Farm P/L Rem Extent High Peak 1713.5486 ha

4 Belingwe 38998/86 Mt Belingwe Farm P/L Dumbarton 1288.4900 ha

5 Bikita/Ndanga 7038/86 Naude Holding P/L Mkwasine Ranch A 16396.8575 ha

6 Bikita 2901/74 Humani Estate P/L Rem Extent Chigwete 20808.7601 ha

7 Bindura 5828/83 Michael John Hood S/D C Arcadia 112.7178 ha

8 Bindura 5850/83 James Alfred Davis Rusikana Ext Bemberero 137.9394 ha

9 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L Happy Valley Robert Block 66.7850 ha

10 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L S/D A of V Bletchingley Bloc 1537.7618

11 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L Maidensvale Robert Block 642.0987 ha

12 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L N Bletchingley Block 517.9807 ha

13 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L X Bletchingley Block 542.0554 ha

14 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L P Bletchingley Block 403.4813 ha

15 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L Rem Farm MA Bletchingley Block
2789.2700 ha

16 Bubi 1052/84 J Joubert & Son P/L Lot 1 Braemar Block 809.43260 ha

17 Bubi 1854/74 Kenmap Farm Pj/L Rem Rouxdale 1437.9753 ha

18 Bubi 3019/87 J Joubert & Son P/L Lot 1 MA Bletchingley Block 431.5607 ha

19 Bulawayo 254/59 Umgusa Valley Estates P/L S/D 0 Helenvale Block
1018.0905 acres

20 Bulawayo 254/59 Umgusa Valley Estates P/L S/D N Helenvale Block
1630.3367 acres

21 Bulawayo 07-Apr Biffen Ranching P/L The Springs 3332.2970 ha

22 Bulawayo 1684/87 Oasis Ranching P/L Joe's Luck 2462.6935 ha

23 Bulawayo 1684/87 Oasis Ranching P/L Rem Extent Klipspring 2019.7220 ha

24 Charter 2640/81 J L Smit Silverdale 1284.7871 ha

25 Charter 2106/78 Johan Christiaan Adriaan Smit Beeskraal of Geluk
1250.0967 ha

26 Chilimanzi 5125/73 Dirk Cornelius Odendaal Rem Extent Craig 491.2719 ha

27 Chilimanzi 7244/73 Kathryn Anne Harvey Culloden of Daviot of Shasha
Fountains Mountains 809.3726 ha

28 Chilimanzi 4287/77 Malcolm Kenneth Mackintosh Maxwell Farm Felixburg
1715.3972 ha

29 Chilimanzi 6863/56 Jacobus Marthinus Erasmus Richlands 710.00 morgen

30 Chilimanzi 5701/80 Malcolm Kenneth Mackintosh S/D B Shasha Fountains
81.8660 ha

31 Chilimanzi 5701/80 Malcolm Kenneth Mackintosh S/D B Grasslands 342.6021

32 Chilimanzi 2516/91 Berry Springs Holdings P/L Berry Springs 1339.0989 ha

33 Darwin 6785/98 Felafel Farm P/L Rem Extent Nieuveld 747.6377 ha

34 Darwin 6175/85 T C Boyce P/L Lot 1 Chibuli 602.7350 ha

35 Darwin 7330/99 Tabex Dibrell Processors P/L Rem S/D A Mazoe Agric
Estates 1630.1235 ha

36 Darwin 5973/89 Montana Estates P/L Rem Montana Estates 929 0141.ha

37 Darwin 7330/99 Tabex Dibrell Processors P/L Ravine 822.2573 ha

38 Darwin 7330/99 Tabex Dibrell Processors P/L S/D A Mazoe Agric Estates
606.4593 ha

39 Darwin 4157/92 Tabex Dibrell Processors P/L Sherwood 765.1610 ha

40 Darwin 4886/89 J R & Son P/L Rem Riviera 677.7875 ha

41 Darwin 7330/99 Tabex Dibrell Processors P/L Mosley 632.1103 ha

42 Darwin 6631/74 Richard Courtney Buckley Hinde Montana A 1770.8644 ha

43 Darwin 7330/99 Tabex Dibrell Processors P/L Camperdown 1488.6283 ha

44 Darwin 6748/84 Casa Mia Estates P/L Casa Mia 2534.6915 ha

45 Darwin 350/82 Barbara Ada Snook Bretten 735.0402 ha

46 Darwin/Bindura 477/91 Sketchley P/L Lot 2A Ruia Ranch 1417.2094 ha

47 Darwin 2854/74 Felton Farms P/L Gotumba 475.8210 ha

48 Gatooma 6615/90 W R Edwards P/L Rem Extent Rodini 652.6768 ha

49 Gatooma 1894/80 Vrystaat Estates P/L 10 A Umswewe River Block 3886.8418

50 Gatooma 6615/90 W R Edwards P/L Vumba 1408.5192 ha

51 Gatooma 8436/88 A C Lubbe Investments P/L Westwood 719.4752 ha

52 Gatooma 7657/88 A C Lubbe Investments P/L Symington Estate 369.1593 ha

53 Gatooma 8434/88 A C Lubbe Investments P/L Saxondale 739.1800 ha

54 Gatooma 3648/81 Lewis Ranching P/L Rock Bar Ranch 6467.5854 ha

55 Gatooma 3695/82 Daniel Godfried Pieter Hoffman Rem Extent Hillside
1279.0800 ha

56 Gatooma 8436/88 A C Lubbe Investments P/L Elgiyo 680.0753 ha

57 Gatooma 6940/88 A C Lubbe Investments P/L Ebor 637.0671 ha

58 Goromonzi 4966/68 Meadows Farm P/L Lot 1 Mashonganyika 699.9904 ha

59 Gutu 2195/79 Jakob Johannes Jackson Chomfuli 1011.2816 ha

60 Gutu 10488/91 Vosloo Investment P/L Donnachaid 606.2749 ha

61 Gutu 3465/80 Johannes Jacobus Smit Endama Ranche 1386.6228 ha

62 Gutu 5118/99 Hendrik Stephanus Veldman Eyrie 800.8444 ha

63 Gutu 2660/85 Benjamin James Loyard Bezuidenhout Edina 1264.6032 ha

64 Gutu 2115/85 Thomas Johannes Nel Goeie Hoop 1886.0428 acres

65 Gutu 3414/78 Esajas Fillipus Petrus Vosloo Irvine 1280.7115 ha

66 Gutu 5209/84 Hendrik Stephanus Veldman Lauder 741.7446 ha

67 Gutu 3408/79 Jackob Johannes Jackson Lot 2 Chomfuli 101.4534 ha

68 Gutu 5081/84 Jacobus Gerhardus Jorner Rem Geluk 856.9306 ha

69 Gutu 4473/56 Dirk Cornelius Odendaal Stratspey 914.3264 morgen

70 Gwelo 1626/71 Klaas Folkertsen Oaklands 244.0203 ha

71 Gwelo 514/93 Lower Gwelo Bombanani Club Fyvie 1313.0400 ha

72 Gwelo 4043/87 Len Harvey & Sons P/L Boulder Estate 1110.9500 ha

73 Gwelo 483/63 Hartley & Fincham Gubure 2940.1170 morgen

74 Gwelo 2084/84 Arthur Graham Francyes Farm Umhlali 1220.8980 ha

75 Gwelo 2377/94 Maliethu P/L Hebron of Kenilworth A 213.4300 ha

76 Gwelo 1512/94 A J Payne 3 of Ghoko Block 2213.4800 ha

77 Gwelo 2402/00 Online Solutions Canberra 262.2900 ha

78 Gwelo 2278/75 J E Stanton River Bend 1172.4100 ha

79 Gwelo 954/76 C G Lourens Rhovil 629.6800 ha

80 Gwelo 5508/89 C G Lourens Fallow Field 855.9900 ha

81 Gwelo 818/94 K M B Sinclair & J J Saunders Virginia Waters East Claire
103500 ha

82 Gwelo 3460/74 Holington & Holington Sekope 17.1500 ha

83 Gwelo 2335/74 F J Vermaak Eden 1098.8400ha

84 Gwelo 597/89 A Lourens Imbila of Myrashay of Four Chum 647.5200ha

85 Gwelo 251/93 L M Paul Rem Extent Fig Tree 617.0300 ha

86 Gwelo 342/96 E H Herbst, L Erasmus, A M Van Dranten, M H Griffinths Lot
1 Ghoko Block 2584.2549 morgen

87 Gwelo 2095/88 B P Zietsman Farm 2 Ghoko Block 442.6994 ha

88 Gwelo 82/86 T W Venter Strathfillan Estate 849.0200 ha

89 Gwelo 548/94 C C Lourens & Co. Dewhurst 1357.3000 ha

90 Gwelo 1726/87 S P Schoultz Sirocco S/S 3 Somabula 832.2000 ha

91 Gwelo 3446/81 D J Oosthuizen Sandvlei S/D A 1072.2300 ha

92 Gwelo 242/72 Central African Cooperation Chertsey 18.0700 ha

93 Gwelo 2724/24 Endura P/L South Bedans 2588.2100 ha

94 Hartley 7373/96 Vulcan Mining Co. P/L R/E Blagdon Extension 842.8700 ha

95 Hartley 291/83 Bartelus P/L Lot BA Hunyani Est No.3 2749.0308 ha

96 Hartley 6637/80 Hunyani Farm P/L Hunyani Est 3B 2809.7374 ha

97 Hartley 2973/92 Galloway Agricultural Enterprises P/L Rem Galloway
784.9784 ha

98 Hartley 2880/95 Assington Investments P/L Cactus Hill 769.1532 ha

99 Hartley 312/48 Gilston Estates Rem Extent Farm Chisandtsa 880.0000 ha

100 Hartley 4862/74 John William Hess East Medina 508.7931 ha

101 Hartley & Lomagundi Cressydale Estate 676/79 Skea & Sons P/L 945.0368

102 Hartley 4099/88 Bentpark P/L Chiwere 757.1378 ha

103 Hartley 4763/86 J Murdoch & Sons P/L Rem Extent Silverstone 292.9383 ha

104 5033/75 The Management Committee of Hartley Local Authorities Pension
Fund Rogate Estate 693.3677 ha

105 5033/75 The Management Committee of Hartley Local Authorities Pension
Fund Thornby of Oldham 350.7598 ha

106 Hartley 1360/72 Tiverton Estates P/L Stanmore 65.0582 ha

107 Hartley 7451/86 L J Cremer P/L Anchor 42.8259 ha

108 Hartley 7451/86 C M Mallett & Sons P/L Rem Knock Holt 943.0982 ha

109 Lomagundi 2715/80 Valentina Estate P/L Shumba of Uplands 528.7200 ha

110 Lomagundi 7137/89 P J Van Den Bergh P/L Rixton Ranch 6460.5457 ha

111 Lomagundi 4482/4662 Clive Francis Osborn Knight Rivonia Estate
1989.4662 ha

112 Lomagundi Apr-82 F A Meyer Kapeta Romwe 3005.0900 ha

113 Lomagundi 7040/98 G N Moyes P/L Rem Highlands 1235.8402 ha

114 Lomagundi 8182/95 Idle Wild P/L Rem Glenside 364.4526 ha

115 Lomagundi 521/65 Chengu Farms P/L Remainder Chengu 814.5486 ha

116 Lomagundi 180/87 Anthony Geoffrey Whittaker Rem Extent Songalaba
315.2482 ha

117 Lomagundi 1674/63 Old Citrus Estates P/L Rem Extent Sinoia Citrus
Estates 3477.4631 ha

118 Lomagundi 3796/82 P M Williamson Rem Extent Koodoo Vale 1187.2713 ha

119 Lomagundi 2147/88 P J Van D Bergh P/L Treelands 847.2600 ha

120 Lomagundi 306/81 C F O Night Tiripanu Estate 2392.7918 ha

121 Lomagundi 7738/95 P J Botha & Son P/L Ona Patari Estate 1231.0194 ha

122 Lomagundi 2887/98 Robert Norman Springer Omagora 1146.3089 ha

123 Lomagundi 6347/95 Pachena Grain Buyers P/L Nyamatsitu Estate 5816.0638

124 Lomagundi 6800/72 Natalia Farm P/L Natalia 915.6200 ha

125 Lomagundi 4390/86 W H Page P/L Mwanga B Pnt of Zebra Veli 606.8400 ha

126 Lomagundi 1991/72 Lomagundi Smelting & Mining Rem Stonebyres 516.5500

127 Lomagundi 2817/77 Natalia Farm P/L Rem Sligo 657.3515 ha

128 Lomagundi 689/87 Johannes Jacobs Janse van Rensburg Rem Marnette
1247.8600 ha

129 Lomagundi 6347/73 Lomagundi Junction Farm Rem Chifundi 823.2600 ha

130 Lomagundi 815/91 Francois Joseph Blandoin De Chalain S/D A Sangwe
377.4366 ha

131 Lomagundi 5165/89 Siso Farm P/L Siso of Manyamba Estate 320.9600 ha

132 Lomagundi 4597/82 Chesdale Farm P/L Silverside 2488.1800 ha

133 Lomagundi 11982/98 Polar Farming P/L Silver Hills Ranch 4313.6000 ha

134 Lomagundi 4520/75 M G Flanagan Smithfield Estate 1483.4585 ha

135 Lomagundi 2109/67 G J Pretorius & Son P/L Glenshiels of Stonebyres
1261.6800 ha

136 Lomagundi COCT 8547/72 B F A Horsley Kosana Ranch A 1089.7039 ha

137 Lomagundi 6911/97 Tsandzwa Farm P/L Lot 1 Glen Louie 404.6842 ha

138 Lomagundi 2091/86 Wessel Johannes Du Toit Mukamba 1975.5330 ha

139 Lomagundi 7288/80 Carel Frederick Mondoro Estate 1534.3800 ha

140 Lomagundi 699/81 R J Van Rensburg & Sons P/L Maysma Estate 5481.1153 ha

141 Lomagundi 5293/71 Kanami Estates P/L Maningwa 1317.7700 ha

142 Lomagundi 8352/87 Daniel Brink Bosman Lot A Lions Den 628.8408 ha

143 Lomagundi 2558/60 Mhangura Copper Mines Ltd Lot1 Suiwerspruit 303.4503

144 Lomagundi 4824/90 Southend Farm P/L Lot 1 Southend 6350.8300 ha

145 Lomagundi 9024/96 Daveleigh Flowers P/L Lot 1 Smithfield of Chimanimani
489.6679 ha

146 Lomagundi 445/86 Patricia Blanch Rainsford Lot 1 Redwing 299.4663 ha

147 Lomagundi 360/84 Highbury Estate Limited Highbury Estate 329.0770 ha

148 Lomagundi 671/69 Lomagundi Smelting & Mining P/L Shackleton 1233.7451

149 Lomagundi 4537/00 Biri Farms P/L Rem Extent Biri 282.7979 ha

150 Lomagundi 2810/65 Kanami Estates P/L Rem Kanami 2753.3286 acres

151 Lomagundi 1144/63 Kumiri Farm P/L Mpangure 767.0749 acres

152 Rem Extent Lauretan A 471/76 Johannes Jacobus Janse Van Rensburg
Lomagundi 1217.6714 ha

153 Lomagundi COCT 2114/83 Mvaami Estate A 7339.6871 ha

154 Lomagundi 11120/00 Phillip Edward Nicholas Nicolle Rem Extent Gwina
1287.4340 ha

155 Lomagundi 1251/43 S S Marx Scafell 1414.9677 ha

156 Lomagundi 1889/87 Urundi Estate P/L Urundi 1352.4200 ha

157 Lomagundi 8813/87 Hurstland P/L Lyndhurst Estate 702.1568 ha

158 Lomagundi 1743/90 Mtotwe Farm P/L Rem Extent Mtotwe of Bowden 545.9039

159 Lomagundi 669/82 Mede Farms P/L Mede 983.7251 ha

160 Lomagundi 4000/96 Crafthouse Enterprises P/L Rem Wynhill 1038.6477 ha

161 Lomagundi 109/96 R J Van Rensburg & Sons P/L Rem Extent Sangwe 845.6712

162 Lomagundi 975/96 Nakisa Farm P/L Nakisa 1001.6822 ha

163 Lomagundi 435/93 Simon Simon P/L Erewhon 510.0522 ha

164 Lomagundi1427/94 James Templeton Rae Scorgie, Kathrine Margaret Lees
Johnston, Angella Mairi Moraig Scorgie Templeton Ranch 6231.5435 ha

165 Lomagundi 3924/94 Srathcona Farm P/L Rem Ulster 635.4208 ha

166 Lomagundi 1723/69 H D Baille P/L Ponderosa 6396.2015 ha

167 Lomagundi 5612/87 Richmond Farm P/L Richmond 2970.6857 ha

168 Lonagundi 8891/87 Frances Marycar Mesikwe River Ranch 121.4125 ha

169 Lomagundi 1016/98 Harare Safari Lodge P/L Oatlands 460.3250 ha

170 Lomagundi COCT4210/92 Proflora P/L Kinvarra Estate A 121.4125 ha

171 Lomagundi 449/94 Danbury Properties P/L Lot 1 Mount Hampden 413.0247 ha

172 Lomagundi 737/75 Angwa Valley Estates P/L Lot 1 Koodoo Vale

173 Lomagundi 4226/77 G N Moys P/L Lot 1 Kanami

174 Lomagundi 3847/75 Ringari Farms Estate P/L Ringari Estate

175 Lomagundi 12661/99 Richard Henry Schley Muni

176 Lomagundi 8340/96 N D Carter Farming P/L Lot 1

177 Lomagundi 8555/72 Cyril Anthony Peake Lot 1 Bessville Grange

178 Lomagundi 6015/85 Kood Hill P/l Rem Koodhill

179 Lomagundi 1202/67 Cornsyn Consolidated Mines
Ltd Kenmore Estate

180 Lomagundi 8480/95 Bright Work Enterprises Kelston Ranch

181 Lomagundi 4788/79 William Ball P/L Hunyani of Urundi

182 Lomagundi 750/95 Gumbu Farm P/L Gumbu

183 Lomagundi 3748/84 Marjory Wilson Glentworth S/D A

184 Lomagundi 3912/84 Game Trapper Pioneers P/L Glenroy

185 Lomagundi 4861/91 Dedi Farm P/L Mwonga

186 Lomagundi 3446/94 Mvurachena Enterprises P/L Mvurachena Estate

187 Lomagundi 8120/71 Delamere Estates P/L Mvou

188 Lomagundi 5119/84 R G Robinson Msasa

189 Lomagundi 1505/79 B G Rutter Montgomery Estate

190 Lomagundi 1749/65 Firhill Farms P/L Firhill of Nidderdale

191 Lomagundi 3461/59 A L Millar & Sons P/l Farm Spa

192 Lomagundi 786/40 Nicholas Phillipus van Biljon Excelsior portion

193 Lomagundi 2236/86 A J Breytenbach Farm B Nidderdale

194 Lomagundi 4281/79 George John Beattle Small Deartmoor

195 Lomagundi 2412/95 M J Burry P/L Boinaivalle of

196 Lomagundi 2716/65 Braeside Estates P/L Braeside

197 Lomagundi 285/77 P V Lardner-Burke Combe

198 Lomagundi 4537/95 B I Steyn P/L Berhills Ranch

199 Lomagundi 5590/91 Elinda Farm P/L Elinda of

200 Lomagundi 4104/87 M P B Farming P/L Glenlussa

201 Lomagundi 1427/94 James Templeton Rae Slorge,
Kathrine Margaret Lees Johnston, Angella Mairi Moraig Scorgie Glenluce
12882031 ha

202 Lomagundi 3230/59 Sussana Margaretha Adriana
Howlin Gara

203 Lomagundi 1749/65 Firhill Farms P/L Firhill Ex

204 Lomagundi 9916/90 Elizabeth Cooper Pott Green

205 Lomagundi 3848/74 Lomagundi Junction Farm Gordonia A

206 Lomagundi 3937/85 Highway Farming & Properties
P/L Geluk

207 Lomagundi 1596/75 Dalton Wilken Gamanya

208 Lomagundi 5872/81 Dardagan Brothers P/L Fupi

209 Lomagundi 7118/97 Strathangwa P/L Freda

210 Lomagundi 3796/82 Patricia Margaret Williamson Fairy

211 Lomagundi 1633/75 Hunter Coetzee Estelle of Alfa

212 Lomagundi 4028/94 J A Mcdiarmid P/L Elmley Park

213 Lomagundi 1358/48 R Bigger Zebra Vlei

214 Lomagundi 7558/81 J J Naude Wolwehoek

215 Lomagundi 2352/82 J J EstatesP/L Victory Estate

216 Lomagundi 1153/80 Phillip Wilfred Wemyss Foster Two
Tree Hill

217 Lomagundi 2737/81 Frederick John William Smith Ryldale Ridge Park

218 Lomagundi 5876/74 Rudi P/L Rocklands of Bowden

219 Lomagundi 1970/91 Side River Annex Park P/l Riverside

220 Lomagundi 3139/66 William High Bruce Rem North
Banket Farm

221 Lomagundi 7498/96 J M G Dawson Rainham 2119.0000

222 Lomagundi 4093/81 B G Rutter R/E Maquadsi 924.6119

223 Lomagundi 6268/83 Bellevue Estates P/L R/E Chilsanga 516.6705 ha

224 Lomagundi 3230/97 Egham Investments P/L R/E
Crebill 119.0073 ha

225 Lomagundi 11557/98 Peter John Crees Mawara of
Gomo 505.1900 ha

226 Lomagundi 3580/91 Woodleigh Farming P/L S/D A
Ashford 607.0100 ha

227 Lomagundi 5862/95 Mariondale P/L Mariondale of
Marshlands 1277.0800 ha

228 Lomagundi 1168/88 P G S Produce Marketing
P/L Mariano Farm 40.0 ha

229 Lomagundi 699/75 Mafuta Farms P/L Mafuta 1299.932

230 Lomagundi 3598/90 Machiroli Farm P/L Lot C
Donnington 572.1541 ha

231 Lomagundi 126/82 Maruchi & Cesare Nzira 692.0666

232 Lomagundi 5774/95 Nyahwa Investments P/L Nyahwa
of Trelawney Est 125.8441 ha

233 Lomagundi 5809/72 Nyapi Farm P/L Nyapi 833.39 ha

234 Lomagundi 3200/77 George Pretorious Quinwell Nyalugwe 600.42 ha

235 Lomagundi 4233/98 Grant Harris P/L Nyabonda 867.71

236 Lomagundi 4632/92 Nswala Ranch P/L Nswala 1145.1646 ha

237 Lomagundi 8050/90 Wellow Estates P/L Wellow
Estate 1305.57 ha

238 Lomagundi 11729/98 Rumcor Farming P/L Delarosa of
Suiwerspruit 575.56 ha

239 Lomagundi 10747/00 Foreclose Farming P/L Dawn of
Tevrede 589.63 ha

240 Lomagundi 5785/85 W J Viljoen Chizasi 851.07 ha

241 Lomagundi 6647/85 C R Horsley Chiwari 1198.57 ha

242 Lomagundi 4722/83 Churchward Investments P/L Chiridsa 1936.83 ha

243 Lomagundi 1867/96 T Lendrum Farming P/L Chitatu 782.0 ha

244 Lomagundi 3104/84 Chipunga Farm P/L Chipunga A 1218.21 ha

245 Lomagundi 187/87 W H Farming P/L Chipiri 1230.32

246 Lomagundi 336/57 Cecilmour Farms P/L Cecilmour 1447.56 ha

247 Lomagundi 5085/68 Ignatius Jacobus Dutoit Baguta Ext
of Sinoia Citrus Est 1296.98 ha

248 Lomagundi 7041/74 Allan James Meikle Allorn 721.6068

249 Lomagundi 9070/87 Sikona Farm P/L Rem Extent
Glenview 1559.46 ha

250 Lomagundi 26/82 Athens Farm P/L Rem Athens 1129.0944 ha

251 Lomagundi 11844/98 W T Swan P/L Rem Gudubu 2051.73 ha

252 Lomagundi 3851/76 Donovan Arthur Rouse Rem
Baguta 846.83 ha

253 Lupani 1708/94 Shangani Irrigation Co. P/L Gundwani 2681.7321 ha

254 Mazoe 5436/84 Gillian Benjie McCallum Rem Myross 253.0836 ha

255 Mazoe 4129/80 Christopher Thomas Rodger Kearns Mukore 966.4345 ha

256 Mazoe 2153/95 Magobo's Butchery & Abbatoir P/L S/D A of Richlands
717.5980 ha

257 Mazoe 664/71 Reginald Philipps Morkel Rem Ceres 1157.3475 ha

258 Mazoe 7527/72 Usaramo Extension P/L Usaramo
Extension 28.3285 ha

259 Mazoe 6209/98 Foremont Investments P/L Sunray 864.7044 ha

260 Mazoe 1543/85 Graham Charles Rae S/D B Woodlands 607.0172 ha

261 Mazoe 4232/96 Turrinton Investments P/L Rem
Burnleigh 1146.8776 ha

262 Mazoe 3417/78 David Walter Theophilus Hastings Robin Hood 588.4907 ha

263 Mrewa 7167/95 R C Reeve P/L Craigielea Estate 739.9513 ha

264 Ndanga 2504/77 Buffalo Range Ranches P/L Rem
Extent Buffalo Range Est 19247.2989

265 Ndanga 6153/95 Hunter Services P/L S/D C Glendevon
Estate 1828.4816 ha

266 Ndanga 4172/85 Gillian Mary Southwood S/D B
Glendevon Estate 1824.81397 ha

267 Ndanga 6600/85 Wasawasara Ranching Co P/L Rem
Chiredzi Ranch North 5010.87 ha

268 Ndanga 4406/67 Mleme Estates P/L Hippo Valley
Settlement Holding 5 539.8793 acres

269 Ndanga 2701/74 Chiredzi Ranching Co P/L Hippo
Valley Settlement Holding 36 177.6474 ha

270 Nuanetsi 8212/87 B K Cawood P/L Anzac of Baobab
Ranch of Nuanetsi Ranch 2122.9422 ha

271 Nuanetsi 3236/87 Mwanazana P/L Battlefield 8005.7648

272 Nuanetsi 4725/54 Bubye River Ranch (Prop) Limited Bubye Ranch Portion
Nuanetsi Ranch 14008.9167

273 Nuanetsi 4009/86 Chipangayi Estates P/L Dorrington
Ranch of Santidza Ranch of Nuanetsi Ranch 5283.649 ha

274 Nuanetsi 2883/87 Von Abo Trust (Zim) Fauna Ranch of
Nuanetsi Ranch 12894.4036 ha

275 Nuanetsi 2883/87 Von Abo Trust (Zim) Flora Ranch of
Nuanetsi Ranch 10922.8295 ha

276 Nuanetsi 1404/82 Richwill Car Sales P/L Kyalami Ranch
of Quagga Pan Ranch of Nuanetsi Ranch 4249.12 ha

277 Nuanetsi 8968/99 Administrators of the Estate of the late Theaodoor
Carl Rijjs & Louis Carl Rijs Rem of Limburgia of Nuanetsi Ranch 11049.0865

278 Nuanetsi 579/84 Christoper David Lee Lion Elephant
Estate 576.6180 ha

279 Nuanetsi 4791/92 Raymond Roth Lot 13 of Lot12 of
Nunetsi Ranch A 877.4780 ha

280 Nuanetsi 4729/91 Raymond Roth Lot 14 Lot 12 of
Nuanetsi Ranch A 841.8097 ha

281 Nuanetsi 1394/98 Rudolph Erasmus van den Heever Lot
15 Lot 12 of Nuanetsi Ranch A 919.5306 ha

282 Nuanetsi 5472/94 Mateke Hills Safaris P/L Lot 18 Lot 12
of Nuanetsi Ranch A 810.8213 ha

283 Nuanetsi 2756/84 Jan Hendrik Stander Lot 18 of
Nuanetsi Ranch A 6157.0674 ha

284 Nuanetsi 1076/93 Kalahari Ranch P/L Lot 2 Quagga Pan
Ranch Nuanetsi 1738.5999 ha

285 Nuanetsi 251/65 Tsemgwe Ranch P/L R/E Lot 2
Sembwe Nuanetsi Ranch A 7786.4453 acres

286 Nuanetsi 5180/80 Ironwood Ranch P/L Lot 28 Nuanetsi
Ranch A 11330.27 ha

287 Nuanetsi 7050/86 Rio Enterprises P/L Lot 4 Mkumi
Ranch Nuanetsi Ranch A 2404.0314 ha

288 Nuanetsi 575/93 Rocky Planes Enterprises P/L Lot 4 Lot
1 Lot 12 Nuanetsi Ranch A 6074.4544 ha

289 Nuanetsi 1394/98 Rudolph Erasmus van den Heever Lot
5 Lot 12 Nuanetsi Ranch A 805.3216 ha

290 Nuanetsi 189/92 Eland Ranch P/L Lot 70 Lot 12
Nuanetsi Ranch A 1008.9862 ha

291 Nuanetsi 6229/93 Dhluemete Estate P/L Minnaarshof of
Nuanetsi Ranch A 6488.2488 ha

292 Nuanetsi 1479/97Johannes Hendrik Frederick van der Sande R/E Oerwoud of
Nuanetsi Ranch A 5406.0347 ha

293 Nuanetsi 559/90 Sossonye Ranch P/L Rem Sossonye
Ranch Nuanetsi Ranch 4444.2633 ha

294 Nuanetsi 6409/83 Mateke Hills Safaris P/L Rem Lot 12
Nuanetsi Ranch A 6158.8734 ha

295 Nuanetsi 4816/54 Sangokwe Ranch (Prop) Ltd Sangokwe Ranch Nuanetsi
Ranch 13511.8999 morgen

296 Nuanetsi 147/65 Mopani Ranching Co. P/L R/E Sembwe of Nuanetsi Ranch A
15845.8045 acres

297 Nuanetsi 170/87 Rondekop Farms P/L Rem Baobab
Ranch of Nuanetsi Ranch2122.844 ha

298 Nuanetsi 4857/83 Indanga Ranch P/L Rem Santidza
Ranch of Nuanetsi Ranch5283.6569 ha

299 Nuanetsi 2636/91 Michael Anthonly Clarke Rem
Umbono of Nuanetsi Ranch A 5413.3665 ha

300 Nuanetsi 4584/95 Johannes Hendrik Petrus Hattingh Du Plessis Welkom
Ranch of Sossonye Ranch of Nuanetsi Ranch 4444.2439 ha

301 Nyamandhlovu 2650/85 Telray Holdings P/L Ruimte of
Greater Norfolk 3240.6170 ha

302 Nyamandhlovu 2650/85 Telray Holdings Drysdale

303 Nyamandhlovu 2650/85 Telray Holdings P/L Kennely's

304 Nyamandhlovu 1792/89 Stanula Ranching P/L Sydenham

305 Nyamandhlovu 1792/89 Stanula Ranching P/L R/E

306 Nyamandhlovu 1792/89 Stanula Ranching P/L Impanya

307 Nyamandhlovu 1792/89 Stanula Ranching P/L Eden

308 Que Que 2057/78 P Redin Savory R/E Loozani Wanjere

309 Salisbury 6600/87 Landscape P/L Landscape Estates 1268.8400 ha

310 Salisbury 3812/57 Peter Allan Russel Anne Jack Cotbank of Kinvarra
129.5700 ha

311 Salisbury 4210/92 Proflora P/L Kinvarra Estate A 945.0332 ha

312 Salisbury 5116/99 Diandra Investments P/L Diandra
Estate 815.3500 ha

313 Salisbury 1315/93 Burney Investments P/L Little
England 3116.1281 ha

314 Salisbury 12903/99 M J Milner Sandringham Estate 1460.2600 ha

315 Salisbury 781/95 Freehold Investment P/L Lot 1 of
Eskbank 324.4985 ha

316 Salisbury 2154/95 Douglyn Farm P/L Rem Richlands 571.4617 ha

317 Salisbury 5345/74 John Spencer Jones Farm Sodbury 1444.1008 ha

318 Salisbury 4935/84 Anastacio Sabastian Florian Ferrao S/D R Hmefield
Estate 65.2177 ha

319 Salisbury 6002/87 Anastacio Sabastian Florian Ferrao S/D T Homefield
Estate 40.8900 ha

320 Salisbury 5045/74 John Spencer Jones S/D C portion of
Wellesley Est 303.1706 ha

321 Salisbury 5773/99 Octoleaf Investments P/L Nagenoeg
portion Lilfordia 233.1600 ha

322 Salisbury 5773/99 Octoleaf Investments P/L Nagenoeg
Lilfordia 641.1161 ha

323 Salisbury 4022/90 Hopdale Farm P/L S/D B
Arcadia 397.7199 ha

324 Salisbury 10465/97 Kevanna Investmetns P/L Sunnyside
North 830.6300 ha

325 Salisbury 3918/86 Sublime Farm P/L Sublime 149.2100

326 Salisbury 1168/88 P G S Produce Marketing P/L Lot 5
Northwood Estate 65.8634 ha

327 Salisbury 1004/93 Delphine A R Burger Upwey 1084.3500 ha

328 Salisbury COCT418/76 Sarel du Plessis Meyer Voorspoud Estate R/E
Voorpoed, Deelvlei 728.2867 ha

329 Salisbury 781/95 Freehold Investments P/L S/D A
Inlgeborough 109.9705 ha

330 Salisbury 3873/56 Teviot Trust P/L Lot 1 A Teviotdale 147.1169 morgen

331 Shamva 118/01 Nimbiandaale Farm P/L Rem of Wolley
Estate 895.3322 ha

332 Shamva 6848/81 Coryton Farm P/L Coryton 234.4632 ha

333 Shamva 600/90 Romati Enterprises P/L Hippo Valley of
Wolley Estate 117.2453 ha

334 Shamva 3815/99 Colesbury Investments P/L Nawada 251.1212 ha

335 Shamva 2471/69 Rutherdale Farm P/L The Carse
Estate 2960.6778 acres

336 Shamva 5436/84 Gillian Benjie McCullum Annandale
A 273.2293 ha

337 Shamva 3418/78 David Walter Theophillus Hastings Zombi 629.8591 ha

338 Shamva 4383/77 Pat Butler Investments P/L The
Poort 1047.2275 ha

339 Shamva/Bindura 4383/77 Pat Butler Investments P/L Woodlands Estate
1073.7597 ha

340 Shamva 4383/77 Pat Butler Investments P/L Mumurgwi 762.7293 ha

341 Shamva 5138/81 Pat Butler Investments P/L Bythorn 699.7410 ha

342 Shamva 8297/99 Lincolnshire Investments P/L Lot 1
Ceres 555.9427 ha

343 Shamva 97/87 R E Morkel Properties P/L Ceres A 659.4656 ha

344 Shamva 1990/85 Peter Einar Rorbye Oaksey 485.5172

345 Shamva 25007/97 Peter Einar Rorbye Ilton A 954.2515

346 Shamva 4568/88 Matanuske P/L Molly Vale Estate 206.0116 ha

347 Shamva 816/98 Nerberg Investments P/L Wapley 1037.0192 ha

348 Shamva 6849/81 Coryton Farms P/L Walwyn Estate 557.1251 ha

349 Shamva 560/88 Maxton Farm P/L Trio of Burnleigh 315.1986 ha

350 Shamva 1394/69 Maxton Farm P/L Maxton Estate 1820.1805 acres

351 Shamva 683/79 Iris Anne Logan Golden Star 530.2198

352 Shamva 682/79 Aubrey Hamish Logan The Range 1377.5424 ha

353 Shamva 6874/89 Tipperary Farm P/L Tipperary Estate 737.4620 ha

354 Shamva 6885/73 Lions Den Estate P/L Lions Den Estate 1554.6302 ha

355 Shamva 9100/96 Karriers Rest P/L Rem Karriers Rest 494.4517 ha

356 Shamva 2507/97 Ferguslie P/L Rem Nyamadomba 1823.9964 ha

357 Victoria 7716/90 Nowab Akram Khan St Swithins of the
Grange 801.9671 ha

358 Victoria 2529/90 Harold Arthur Pateson Lamotte 428.2590 ha

359 Victoria 5508/98 Warranted Investments Swartfontein 777.2787 ha

360 Victoria 8133/88 John Keith Brown R/E Bannockburn
Extension 16.4019 ha

361 Victoria 4696/81 Osman Habib Khan Sanangwi 688.6405 ha

362 Victoria 2692/83 Osman Habib Khan Springfield 1313.0108 ha

363 Urungwe 5199/70 Mlichi Farm P/L Rem Mani Mlichi 1826.5248 acres

364 Urungwe 2863/87 Fiddlers Green P/L Lot 2
Chitiwafeni 696.5582 ha

365 Urungwe 2393/80 Pang Estate P/L Pangwarati 1150.9569

366 Urungwe 4391/85 Pamela Sulfrech McKenna Miami
3 827.9414 ha

367 Urungwe 3694/98 Caro Estates P/L Lot 1 Oribi Park
Estate 621.6402 ha

368 Urungwe 744/90 C H Wilcox P/L Miami 2 906.5220 ha

369 Urungwe 6992/71 Avalon Estates P/L Rufaro 992.5473

370 Urungwe 6077/93 Maunga Farm P/L Maunga 110.4574

371 Urungwe COCT7404/83 H C Invesmtents P/L Oribi
Park Estate 1294.5123 ha

372 Urungwe 8356/99 I A van der Merwe P/L Ndiripo 607.2962 ha

373 Urungwe 12574/99 Lorn Holdings P/L Kangeiri 2108.1471 ha

374 Urungwe 4623/93 Tobengwe Estate P/L KureKure 1169.7620 ha

375 Urungwe 620/81 Gypsy Investments P/L Jenya 884.4500

376 Urungwe 6567/70 C A Johnson Highdale 705.1194 ha

377 Urungwe 2325/77 Hesketh Park Estates P/L Hesketh
Park Estate 1936.5132 ha

378 Urungwe 5044/82 Tatham Investments P/L Caversham 781.7104 ha

379 Urungwe 569/76 Frank Dalkin Rem Scorpion 649.0106

380 Urungwe 10539/89 Trans Angwa Farms P/L Collingwood 1097.2068 ha

381 Urungwe 7183/88 B J L Investments P/L Springbok
Heights B 1478.7988 ha

382 Urungwe 8846/91 Trustees of Roper Trust Rem Peveril
Place 1588.4372 ha

383 Urungwe 60/73 Colin Gurney Mason Rugare Estates 441.2193 ha

384 Urungwe 7270/72 Colin Gurney Mason P/L Pollux
Estate 569.7215 ha

385 Urungwe 10690/99 Artsyle Distributors P/L Rem
Chiuwa of Rekomitje 811.8683 ha

386 Urungwe 7058/96 Danasha Farming P/L Shargezan 598.4063 ha

387 Urungwe 5048/90 Alexander George van Leenhof Protea 1480.3067 ha

388 Urungwe 4683/81 Linkon Plantations P/L Wajetsi 1543.3728 ha

389 Urungwe 559/95 Almor P/L Rem Ridges 905.0126 ha

390 Urungwe 8138/00 Meadville Investments P/L Spring of
Mvagazi 809.3527 ha

391 Urungwe 6100/88 A C Cross P/L Tayesa 482.7645 ha

392 Urungwe 6462/99 Tarquinnia Farms P/L Rem
Tarquinnia 512.2660 ha

393 Urungwe 12754/99 Lorn Holdings P/L Travios 870.4116

394 Urungwe 2951/95 Tom High Investments P/L Rem
Maimi 620.0469 ha

395 Urungwe 6034/95 Hay Bridge Enterprises P/L Zvakanaka Kwaso Tarquinnia
323.7433 ha

396 Urungwe 2585/78 Brian Birrell Johnson Yawanda 6448.5366 ha

397 Urungwe 7836/95 Nerven Farm P/L Nerven Plaice Estate
A 1026.7574 ha

398 Urungwe 9996/89 Zimyewe Estates P/L Zimyewe 377.1161 ha

399 Urungwe 893/86 J R Aston P/L Trokiadza 2654.8850 ha

400 Urungwe 3940/00 Copflora Enterprises P/L Sipofeneni 1479.7397 ha

401 Urungwe 3792/94 Zebra Downs Farm P/L Zebra
Downs 1076.2531 ha

402 Urungwe 8845/91 Trustees of Roper Trust Rocklands
Estate 512.1846 ha

403 Urungwe 144/97 M B Hellam P/L Moyale 1312.1455 ha

404 Urungwe 4748/96 F Mitchell P/L Miami 4 792.5795 ha

405 Urungwe 318/77 Robert H Edgar Mchowe Pool Estate 403.7080 ha

406 Wankie 1792/89 Stunula Ranching P/L Catford 1445.0045 ha

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From The Sunday Times (SA), 20 June

The petty war for Bob's job

The trading of insults among leading political figures in Zimbabwe belies
the serious battle for the presidency, writes Bonny Schoonakker

The following outburst may sound petulant but its pique reveals something of
the intellectual quality of the in-fighting among contenders to succeed
Robert Mugabe, 80, as president of Zimbabwe. "I have widely consulted with
many real men of higher offices," said Ugandan David Nyekorach-Matsanga,
following an ill-fated stint in Harare as a personal spin doctor to the
president, "and I have been advised not to react impulsively to the
statements of gay rants." Students of Harare's palace intrigues interpret
this as meaning that Mugabe himself ("real men of higher offices") has
advised his hagiographer not to take too personally defamatory remarks made
by Information Minister Jonathan Moyo, dubbed the "Rasputin of Zimbabwe" in
the local press. Nyekorach-Matsanga - who fell from favour after arranging
Mugabe's damaging interview with Britain's Sky TV last month - was furious
after the Herald news paper highlighted the fact that he was a former PR
consultant to the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), the Ugandan insurgents
notorious for abducting, raping, murdering and conscripting schoolchildren.
"If Moyo has any material left in his ugly gay face he should know that [the
LRA] was proscribed as a terrorist organisation in 2003, four years after my
quitting," he wrote in a statement sent to the Herald but never published by
it. "I am convinced from what I have gathered within Zanu PF that Moyo is
heading a traitor [sic] clique of ambitious and overzealous individuals who
want to put a total blackout on Zimbabwe from the international world in
order to acquire power."

Nyekorach-Matsanga (author of a book entitled Why I Support Mugabe ) was
outed as an LRA tout by Herald columnist "Nathaniel Manheru" (officially
Pikirai Deketeke, the newspaper's editor, as he testified in court on
Monday, but widely believed to be Moyo himself). "Manheru" chose to
embarrass London-based Nyekorach-Matsanga in vengeance for using his
connections at Sky TV, which made Mugabe look old, tired and ill-informed
about his own country, someone long overdue for retirement. After the
interview, Moyo went into action against those responsible, using his usual
weapons of defamation and insult. But instead of gratitude for his devotion
to Mugabe, he was rewarded with public allegations of homosexuality as
Zimbabwe's newspapers this week circulated Nyekorach-Matsanga's response -
with the approval of "real men of higher offices". Gay or not, Moyo should
count himself lucky to have got off lightly in the backstabbing and
in-fighting among the candidates for Comrade Bob's job. Other pretenders and
their allies, including businessmen who have used their cash to dabble in
politics, have paid more severe penalties.

Foremost among these is businessman Mutumwa Mawere. Acting on information
received from Zimbabwe, SA police may have done the enemies of Zanu PF
politburo member Emmerson Mnangagwa, the front-runner for Mugabe's job, a
favour by arresting Mawere, a director of 22 companies in South Africa, last
month. He was released on R50 000 bail after a weekend in a Randburg,
Johannesburg police cell. This arrest is seen as the work of a group of
power-brokers centred on retired General Solomon Mujuru, several of whom
have ambitions to take over from Mugabe. According to Harare-based political
commentators, this group includes Sydney Sekeramayi, Dumiso Dabengwa,
retired Air Marshal Josiah Tungamirai and General Constantine Chiwenga, the
current head of the Zimbabwe Defence Force. Mnangagwa is a member of the
Zanu PF politburo and Speaker of Parliament and is regarded as a tough man
worthy of the nickname "Ngwenya" (Crocodile) within Zanu PF's inner circles.
But more importantly, as the Financial Gazette reported on Thursday,
Mnangagwa "is key to Zanu PF's complex and secretive investments". As such,
he would be held accountable for any wrongdoing by Mawere, whose companies,
according to the news paper, were mostly financed with Zanu PF money.

However, a five-member committee investigating Mnangagwa's role in Mawere's
SA operations had "failed to come up with anything that constitutes a
crime", the Financial Gazette reported. Significantly, this committee
included Mujuru, considered to be Zanu PF's kingmaker because of the loyalty
he retains in the armed forces. Among the Mujuru clique's preferred
successors is Zanu PF chairman John Nkomo. Within the party, he comes second
to Vice-President Joseph Msika, whose presidential aspirations were made
more realistic by the death last year of his co-Vice-President, Simon
Muzenda. Nkomo, however, has similar chances of succession as Mnangagwa, the
two front-runners as things stand now. Others who have landed in jail or
been arrested for doing no less than their colleagues in the Zimbabwean
elite have done for decades include Jane Mutasa, a businesswoman held for
forex fraud, among other charges. If she is found guilty of dealing on the
parallel market she should be joined in jail by Gideon Gono, now the
governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. He did parallel-market deals when
he was chief executive of Jewel Bank, Zimbabwe's second-largest commercial
bank. He too could face arrest but for the fact that he gave himself amnesty
soon after taking the helm at the Reserve Bank. Others whose arrest on
corruption charges could be politically motivated include James Makamba, the
chairman of the cellphone network Telecel Zimbabwe. If anything, Makamba's
rumoured friendship with first lady Grace Mugabe has deepened his troubles
rather than alleviated them.

James Mushori, the fugitive director of the failed NMB Bank, also has
powerful political connections, but his flight to London in March has
exposed the limit s of the influence wielded by his uncle, General Mujuru.
The tricky nature of being a presidential candidate is further illustrated
by the fate of Eddison Zvobgo, who for years was considered the heir
apparent. Ill-health, however, has reduced his chances, along with the
ethnically influenced marginalisation of his constituency in the Masvingo
area. Simon Khaya Moyo, now Zimbabwe's ambassador to South Africa, was also
once a presidential candidate "because of his brilliance as a minister" and
his connection to late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo. Khaya Moyo was to Nkomo
what Mnangagwa is to Mugabe - a close lieutenant, but since Nkomo's death in
1999 his star has waned, according to a political commentator in Harare. The
ethnic connection can also be decisive. Another political commentator in
Harare (a journalist who once served Zanla during the liberation war),
regards Sydney Sekeramayi, a Swedish-trained doctor, as having the best
chance to succeed Mugabe because he is a Zezuru, as is Mugabe. The Zezuru
are the most influential of the four ethnic groups - along with the Karanga,
Manyika and Korekore - that make up the loosely defined Shona nation, in
turn the overwhelming majority in Zimbabwe. The distinctions are not rigid,
with members of one group accepted as members of another, particularly
Mujuru, who was born to the Korekore (one of the least influential of the
Shona nations) but is now considered a member of the Zezuru. At least partly
due to his Zezuru background, Sekeramayi has held some of the most important
positions in Zimbabwe's power structures since independence, including
serving as head of the Central Intelligence Organisation when he was
Minister of State Security.

John Nkomo, who comes from Zimbabwe's Ndebele minority, which makes up only
15% of the population, however, exposes the limitations of ethnic politics.
His political ascendancy, as the second most senior politician in Zimbabwe,
has introduced a new phrase, "an Ndebele Shona", a variation of a term now
often used in state media to describe those who have been assimilated into
the Zanu PF hierarchy from Zapu/Ndebele backgrounds. Among them is the
loudest of Mugabe's loyalists, Jonathan Moyo, who began to find himself
isolated in battles before this week's one. Early signs of damage to his
cause became apparent after his run-in with Vice-President Msika last month.
Msika opposed the acquisition of a highly productive horticultural farm in
Manicaland province to which Agricultural Minister Joseph Made had taken a
liking. Moyo, however, managed to prevail in his belief that the farm would
be taken over by a parastatal, "come sunshine or rain". This led to a
warning from Msika that "little immoral boys" - probably another public
reference to Moyo's alleged homosexuality - should best be careful about
their political ambitions. The spat over the farm spilt over into The Voice,
the Zanu PF party publication, with John Nkomo accusing someone fitting
Moyo's description of "indiscipline and insubordination".

Instead of taking the hint, the Herald gave war veteran leader Joseph
Chinotimba space in which to accuse Nkomo of obstructing the redistribution
of confiscated farmland. Merely inky words on newsprint, the spat
nevertheless drew the kingmaker into the fray. Though unable to help his
absconding nephew, Mujuru stands between the post-Mugabe presidency and the
ambitions of any successor, thanks to the loyalty he retains among the
country's military elite. At a politburo meeting this month, Mujuru warned
"undisciplined cadres" that respecting one's elders was the party way. Moyo
should have felt isolated then, particularly as Mugabe issued a statement
soon afterwards saying that MPs who were "unprocedur ally nominated" would
not be allowed to contest next year's general election. But this week there
he was again, the indefatigable Jonathan Moyo, taking up cudgels on behalf
of Mugabe in the fallout over the Sky TV interview. Perhaps Moyo knows that
the old man knows that he was right, after all, about the Ugandan's silly
proposal to appear on Sky TV.

With additional reporting and insight from the Sunday Times Foreign Desk and
Torevei Charumbira in Harare
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