In southern Africa, there is a saying: “Farmers make a plan”. It means that, no matter what happens, farmers will find a way to make things work. Zimbabweans Mandy and Pat Retzlaff are a good example. They turned a trauma into an opportunity. The Retzlaffs lost their farm in 2000, when President Robert Mugabe encouraged the violent takeover of white-owned property. The Retzlaffs were given four hours to leave their farm. Many farmers shot their animals before they left, not wanting them to be mistreated or starved to death. But the...
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