These war veterans have already indicated that a planned meeting with President Robert Mugabe early next month is expected to shape democratic processes in Zimbabwe.
Grace Kwinjeh, who lives near the bombed airport, told VOA Studio 7 state security agents appear to be on top of the situation.
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A participant, who did not want to identify himself in fear of being victimized, said he doubts that President Robert Mugabe and his colleagues would do anything that could possibly result in their own prosecution.
The Zimbabwe Farmers Union, ZFU welcomed moves by the government to compensate evicted white commercial farmers.
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Local media are reporting at least 13 dead and 35 others injured in the airport blasts; Local media also reported shouts in Arabic at the airport before the explosions
They argue that the current factionalism in the party is an indication that conflicts over the succession of the 92 year-old president may degenerate into civil war if not properly handled by the ruling party.
Party secretary general, Douglas Mwonzora, told journalists that police told them they wanted the activists to appear on an identification parade so that the assault victim could identify his attackers.
Samuel Wadzayi, director of the Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation said his members will not heed calls by the Gweru City Council to vacate their current vending sites in the central business district.
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