War veterans, who were part of the group that signed the Mgagao Declaration in 1975, a document that thrust President Mugabe to the helm of Zanu, say they are now withdrawing their support for Mugabe.
Some Masvingo residents have rejected the National Peace and Reconciliation Bill, during public hearings, saying it gives the state too much power.
Almost 36 years after Independence the land question still remains unresolved. Tonight we take stock of what some people are saying about the controversial agrarian reforms.
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