The issue of who owns the land in Zimbabwe is controversial.
About 20 years ago, former President Robert Mugabe violently evicted thousands of white farmers and gave the land to Black families.
He said it was to address colonial imbalances, but critics argue the policy destroyed the economy.
Mugabe's successor Emmerson Mnangagwa appears to be trying to make amends.
His government says foreign white farmers can apply to have the land back or be given a different plot.
It follows an agreement in July to pay $3.5bn in compensation.
Will these measures resolve one of the most divisive policies in Zimbabwe's history?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Vince Musewe - Economist and investment consultant
Obert Gutu - Former spokesman, Movement for Democratic Change
Rejoice Ngwenya - Political analyst
Source: Al Jazeera News