Mumbwa Land Grab Case in Zambia

This case depicts a conflict between 75 Households of Chaampa village and Mumbwa District Council over a decision that was taken by the Council to extend the township parameters to the east, by 6 Kilometres. The process of acquiring the said land, although legally done, lacked true and honest consultations between the affected families, their leaders, and the council Officials. As a result, about 2500 hectors of agricultural land belonging to Champa Village, was grabbed, and converted into plots for residential houses, thereby threatening to displace the entire village and wipe it out of the district map and disrupt the livelihoods of all the families.

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