Matabeleland

Tsvangirai consults region

Tsvangirai consults region

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has been holding consultations with party structures in Matabeleland as the opposition party battles to regain lost ground in the region.

SOS to save Mat’land cattle

SOS to save Mat’land cattle

THE government has appealed to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to assist livestock farmers in Matabeleland with stockfeed to avert cattle deaths caused by lack of pastures owing to the prevailing drought.

Fresh calls for Ndebele Kingdom revival

Fresh calls for Ndebele Kingdom revival

BULAWAYO — A book narrating the history of the conquest of the Matabeleland region by white colonialists has rekindled calls for the restoration of the collapsed Ndebele kingdom.

Hunger stalks Matabeleland region

Hunger stalks Matabeleland region

MATABELELAND is in dire need of food aid as poverty wreaks havoc in the region with most people unable to buy essentials, a human rights watchdog has said.

Mutasa hands clean on Gukurahundi: Msipa

Mutasa hands clean on Gukurahundi: Msipa

FORMER PF Zapu secretary-general Cephas Msipa yesterday leapt to axed Zanu PF secretary for administration Didymus Mutasa’s defence saying he was not involved in the Gukurahundi massacres.

Cops are after me: Maphenduka

Cops are after me: Maphenduka

FORMER journalist Jonathan Maphenduka claims police raided his Bulawayo home demanding a gun he surrendered in the 1980s and believes he is being targeted because of the recent book he authored calling for secession of Matabeleland and the Midlands.

Khupe backs independent candidates

Khupe backs independent candidates

OPPOSITION MDC-T vice-president Thokozani Khupe is reportedly backing a host of independent candidates in Bulawayo and parts of Matabeleland as the fight over participation in by-elections continues to rock the party.

New Gukurahundi massacre claims add to Mugabe’s pains

New Gukurahundi massacre claims add to Mugabe’s pains

Australians usually cause headaches for Zimbabwe in rugby and cricket. Now, though, recently declassified Australian diplomatic documents are resurrecting ghosts President Robert Mugabe’s government would have preferred to remain locked away.

Hardy cattle beef up Matabeleland farmers’ incomes

Hardy cattle beef up Matabeleland farmers’ incomes

NKAYI, Zimbabwe – Ntokozo Ncube brims with joy like a proud father as he shows off a newborn calf that has expanded his herd to eight animals.

ZITF roars into life

ZITF roars into life

ZIMBABWE International Trade Fair (ZITF) roars into life in Bulawayo tomorrow with only a handful of local companies participating at the fair because of the poor economic environment coupled with a severe liquidity crisis.

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