This study investigates the extent to which Fast Track Land Reform Programme (FTLRP) contributed to social change in the Rouxdale (R/E) Farm, Matabeleland North Province, Zimbabwe. The study contributes to an ongoing debate on the outcomes of FTLRP in Zimbabwe. Critics of FTLRP argue that it was a failure and did not create a livelihood for the beneficiaries. Supporters of FTLRP argue that it has transformed the livelihoods of peasant households regardless of the challenges faced by beneficiaries. Through the use of multiple sources of data to ensure the accuracy of research findings, the study argues that access to land through FTLRP has made a significant difference in the livelihoods of beneficiaries. However, it argues, contrary to the supporters of FTLRP, that the social classes that have resulted after FTLRP is much more complex, and provides a more nuanced understanding of social change.