While countries such as Malawi are deep in land relocation problems, one school of thought suggests that China and India are in another struggle for Africa.
When some people are being moved, or, rather, have been moved from such districts as Thyolo to Mangochi; and, in Mwanza, communities are engaged in a struggle for land with a business tycoon who owned (or the story goes; because the tycoon says he still owns) 900,000 hectares.
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However, another school of thought is that the problem in most African countries, including Malawi, is over-crowding and overpopulation in specific areas. They say land is there in abandance.