I read this and this article today, about massive inflation in Zimbabwee. It's interesting because it is implying that inflation has been rocketing since 2004 (currently at around 1000%), coinciding with the land reform packages when the government removed white men their farms. The articles are implying that when this happened, the productivity of the farms plummited and, basically, were no longer run properly, causing a shortage of food. I thought that this was obvious that this was going to happen in this kind of state, where the govenment tries to control everything. But do you see anyway out of this situation? I can't see them giving the farms back, but I also can't seem them training the new owners on how to farm, especially with the rest of the world reluctant to share knowledge and equipment due to Mugabe.