The Commission of Inquiry on State Land is an inquiry which was set out to investigate the sale of State land in and around urban areas in Zimbabwe. The Commission of Inquiry on was appointed by former President, Robert Mugabe in 2005 and was sworn in by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in 2008. The appointment of the Commission followed the illegal settlements in most urban areas, most of which were established from the illegal sale of State land by land barons.

The Commision Terms of Refference

Members of the Inquiry

Other Members

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Commission of Inquiry on State land sales sworn in , , Published: DATE_2 February 2018 , Retrieved: 5 February 2018