War Veterans, war collaborators, Detainees and Restrictees Minister Colonel (Retired) Tshinga Dube revealed to The Sunday Mail that his ministry is organising a meeting between the war veterans and President Robert Mugabe following attempts by a group led by former minister and expelled Zanu-PF member Mr Christopher Mutsvangwa to hold a war veterans’ meeting in Harare.
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The usual indaba that we arrange with the President comes in April, but we do not have an exact date yet. But the President promised that he would meet war veterans every once a year.We have issues that affect war veterans from all parts of the country, all over. We even have some provincial ministers who seem to have some attitude against war veterans, instead of helping them . . . When the war veterans’ organisation was formed, the President gave a directive that 20 percent of the land must be given to war veterans and quite a number of war veterans got land. Now more people want land and they cannot find it. They are beginning to stretch their hands to the land which was given to the war veterans, but the President is not happy at all with this issue of getting land which has been offered to war veterans.
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