Seke rural land dispute claims a life
By Yolanda Zanamwe
Neighbouring headmen argue that Chanakira is not using the correct map which outlines the correct boundaries
“Headmen and families are fighting over boundaries because they are making money from selling land.
People are now depending on selling land to pay fees and basic living essentials also due to economic hardships, added Chesango.
All four villages surrounding Chanakira are said to have fought with Chanakira and his people over boundaries
“It’s not only village leaders that fight, but also families in the villages also do the same, at the end of the day we as leaders we
In Munyora village, a man abandoned his homestead and his younger brother took over, but when the older brother discovered that the land could be sold in the area he came back to claim the land but the younger brother refused. He then hatched a plan and killed his young brother and hid his body leading to his arrest.