I'm not looking to buy a farm for many many reason, not least of which is the fact that I don't even have K4,000 to buy even one of them hectors. However, that does not stop me from being nosy. So here is my question. When you say K4,000/hector so for 800 hectors that comes to three million, two hundred big kwachas. Now suppose a man with such vast amounts of cash hands you that cash, does that price cover only the land? Would that man have to pay you another few million kwachas to purchase the dam, the house and those telephone/mobile networks. Only God knows what telephone/mobile networks are, to be honest with you.
Anyhow, like I said, I'm only being nosy so don't waste your time responding to my curiosity. Maybe if I had the good fortune of being born in Australia and had accumulated lots of cash and then I had moved to Zambia, perhaps I would have been in a position to purchase your farm and everything on that farm. That is of course assuming I was born in Australia but not among the Aboriginals because those Aboriginals are just as poor as us villagers here in Zambia.