- Great Zimbabwe
- Roads to freedom: the Second Chimurenga
- The shadow of South Africa
- A sort of refugee: problems on the Mozambican border
- War returns to Matabeleland
- Facts and firures
- Agriculture and the devided land
- Land for the people: reform and resettlement
- 'The fields grow dust and stones': drought grips Zimbabwe
- Taming the enviroment - or working with it?
- Changing roles for women
- Education: 'the birthright of every Zibabwean'
- Health for all by the year 2000?
- The disability movement
- The economy: sold to the highest bidder?
- City life
- Culture - ancient and modern
- Sport: a national obsession
- Conclusion: a land divided?
- A chronology of a nation
- Sources and further reading
- Notes and acknowledgements
- Oxfam in Zimbabwe.
Robin Palmer is a global land rights policy specialist, with a particular focus on Southern and Eastern Africa and South-East Asia. He has undertaken consultancy work on land rights issues for DFID, Danida, the EU, the Legal Resources Centre of South Africa and Oxfam. He is currently working on global land grabbing and continues to manage Oxfam's prestigious Land Rights in Africa website.
Isobel Birch works in the policy department of Oxfam GB, developing strategies to strengthen programme communications. She has been associated with Oxfams Kenya programme since 1992,first as an emergency project manager, and later as an adviser with responsibility for programme learning