• Moyo, S. (2016). Family Farming in Sub-Saharan Africa. In, J, Griffiths (eds.), Deep Roots (pp. 17-21). Rome: Food &Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Link:
  • Moyo, S. & Nyoni, N. (2013). Changing agrarian relations after redistributive land reform in Zimbabwe. In, S. Moyo & W. Chambati (eds.), Land and Agrarian Reform in Zimbabwe: Beyond White Settler Capitalism (pp. 195–250). Dakar: CODESRIA.
  • AIAS (2012). Land tenure after land reform in Zimbabwe. Paper prepared for ZiLAN.




  • Chemura, A., Chambati, W., Mazwi, F. & Mutoro, B. (2017). Farmers’ lived experiences in tobacco marketing in Zimbabwe. ZiLAN: Harare. Available at
  • Sakata, Y. (2017). International companies and contract farmers after Fast Track Land Reform Programme in Zimbabwe. Harare: SMAIAS
  • Moyo S, Chambati W, Chidavarume T, Munyikwa N, Nyakudya M and Chigumira E, (2015). Constitutional provisions regarding women’s land rights and related empowerment 27 March 2015 Paper prepared for the Zimbabwe Land and Agrarian Network (ZiLAN) under the Women Land Rights jointly managed by AIAS and Women and Land in Zimbabwe
  • AIAS (2014). Securing land rights for farm workers. Paper prepared for ZiLAN
  • Moyo,S, Chambati, W, Mazwi, F, Muchetu,R (forthcoming). Land Use, Agricultural Production and Food Security survey in Zimbabwe, 2013/14. African Institute for Agrarian Studies (AIAS). Harare.
  • AIAS (2014). Financing inputs and subsidies in Zimbabwe, Paper prepared for ZiLAN.
  • AIAS (2013). Rural Agro-Dealership Market Linkage Study 2013/14 .Paper prepared for ZiLAN.
  • AIAS (2013). Changing agrarian markets in Zimbabwe following the Fast Track Land Reform Programme. Paper prepared for ZiLAN.
  • Chambati, W. (2013). Agrarian labour relations in Zimbabwe after over a decade of land reform. Futures Agriculture consortium: UK. Link:
  • Mkodzongi, (2012). Social organization of newly resettled households and opportunities for NGO advocacy. Paper prepared for the ZiLAN.
  • AIAS, (2012). Mapping of women’s organisations and the regulatory environment, Paper developed for ZiLAN.
  • Moyo, S., Chambati, W., Murisa, T., Siziba, D., Dangwa, C., Mujeyi, K. and Nyoni, N, (2009). Fast Track Land Reform Baseline Survey in Zimbabwe: Trends and Tendencies, 2005/06.African Institute for Agrarian Studies (AIAS). Harare.
  • Chambati, W. (2009). Changing agrarian labour markets in Zimbabwe’s newly resettled areas. Harare AIAS monograph.
  • Moyo, S. (2008). Emerging land tenure issues in Zimbabwe. Harare: AIAS monograph.
  • Moyo, S. (2007). Land redistribution, tenure and use under fast track: social and structural change in Zvimba District newly resettled areas. AIAS mimeo.
  • Moyo, S. (2007). Zimbabwe’s Land reform: the way forward. AIAS Mimeo.
  • Moyo, S. (2004) Land and agrarian reform in Zimbabwe: Key issues and potentials for E.U. partnership. AIAS monograph,
  • Moyo, S (2004). The overall impact of the Fast Track Land Reform Programme. AIAS monograph.
  • Moyo, S. (2004) Agricultural Production patterns with special reference to Coffee and Cotton. AIAS monograph
  • Chambati, W and Moyo, S. (2004). Impacts of Land Reform on Farm Workers and Farm Labour Processes. AIAS Monograph,
  • Sukume, C., Moyo, S and Matondi, P. B., (2004). Farm Sizes, Decongestion and Land Use: Implications of the Fast-Track Land Redistribution Programme in Zimbabwe. AIAS Monograph.
  • Moyo, S., Mushayavanhu, D and Gwata, G. (2004). Natural Resources and Land Reform. AIAS Monograph.


  • Moyo, S., and Maguranyanga, B. (2014). Assessment of Zimbabwe’s Land Administration System and Options for the Future. Land Studies commissioned by the World Bank through the Agriculture Sector Technical Group (ASTG) funded by the Analytical Multi-Trust Donor Fund (A-MTDF), Harare, Zimbabwe.
  • Moyo, S., Sitko, N., Meyer, F. & Butaumocho, B. (2014). Zimbabwe’s Food Grain Economy Study. Harare: World Bank.
  • Moyo, S. (2014). State of Family Farming in Sub-Saharan Africa: Its contribution to rural development, food security and nutrition. A paper commissioned by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Rome.
  • Moyo, S. (2014). Land Ownership Patterns and Income inequality in Southern Africa. New York: World Economic Social Survey.

Moyo, S., and W, Chambati., and S, Siziba. (2014). Agricultural Subsidies Policies in Zimbabwe: World Bank/EU/UNDP/GoZ land studies, 2014

    • Land policy studies synthesis report
    • Land administration studies in Zimbabwe
  • Binswanger-Mkhize, Hans, and Sam Moyo. (2012). Recovery and Growth of Zimbabwe Agriculture Harare: World Bank, 2012.
  • Sam Moyo et al. (2012). Political economy analysis of the agricultural and food security sectors in Zimbabwe, Policy paper prepared for USAID Zimbabwe April 29, 2012.
  • Sam Moyo and Kingston Mujeyi, (2010) Land and biofuels industry development in Zimbabwe. Paper prepared for the Southern African land and agrarian reform Network (SALARN).
  • Moyo, Sam., Chambati, Walter and Mujeyi, Kingston (2010). Gender and Rural Land Governance in Zimbabwe African Institute for Agrarian Studies Draft report 23 June 2010. A Report prepared for Action Aid International Zimbabwe.
  • Moyo, S. (2010). Talking Points on Land, Natural Resources and Empowerment for Constitution Making. This paper is prepared at the request of COPAC as a contribution to its training programme. 8th January 2010.
  • AIAS (2010), Key Issues for Land and the Constitution, 9 April 2010, Paper prepared for the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on the Constitution (COPAC).
  • AIAS (2009). Land policy review and land audit: options and strategy prepared by AIAS for Ministry of lands and rural resettlement 27 June 2009 A Synthesis of the Ministry of Lands and Rural Resettlement Planning Retreat held Carribbea Bay Hotel, Kariba, 11th – 13th June 2009
  • AIAS, (2009). Concluding the land reform programmes. A discussion paper Prepared for the Ministry of lands and rural resettlement. 21 March 2009. Harare
  • Moyo, S. (2008). Rethinking food and agricultural policy in Zimbabwe. A paper prepared for and presented at the FOSNET Food Policy Meeting. 9 May 2008, Harare, Zimbabwe.
  • AIAS (2008). Agricultural Engineering, Mechanization and Irrigation Strategy Framework: 2008 – 2058 Prepared by AIAS for the Ministry of Agricultural Engineering, Mechanization and Irrigation 31 January, 2008.