Harare/Johannesburg — Zimbabwe’s government has signed a $3.5bn deal to compensate white commercial farmers evicted from their land two decades ago.

The agreement is a turning point in a dispute that tipped the Southern African nation’s economy into freefall by slashing food production and export income, and incurred sanctions from the US and EU...

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