The Zimbabwe Land Commission has decentralised its operations to the all provinces as part of efforts to deal with complaints and disputes regarding agriculture land.

The commission has moved a gear up to ensure accountability, fairness, transparency in the administration and management of agriculture land allocated to the black majority under the land reform programme.

The chairperson of the commission Ms Tendai Bare says all farmers who have disputes and complaints are advised to visit provincial land commission offices for assistance.

The establishment of provincial land commission offices is expected to go a long way in easing the plight of farmers who were traveling all the way from their respective rural areas to Harare to get assistance over land boundary disputes, double allocation, among other challenges.