Matabeleland

Concourt rejects Mugabe insult laws

Concourt rejects Mugabe insult laws

The Constitutional Court (Concourt) yesterday unanimously declared some parts of Section 33 of the Criminal Code (insulting the president) unconstitutional.

Govt urged to apologise  for sake of peace

Govt urged to apologise for sake of peace

Matabeleland-based political analysts say Zimbabwe can only positively celebrate peace if the government publicly addresses gross human rights abuses perpetrated on ordinary citizens the Gukurahundi atrocities, Operation Murambatsvina and political violence that marred the 2008 general elections.

Farmers seek CSC stake

Farmers seek CSC stake

FARMERS in Matabeleland have formed a consortium seeking to buy shares from the struggling parastatal Cold Storage Company (CSC) amid indications it is engaging foreign partners to finance the acquisition of the shares made available by the government, Southern Eye Business has learnt.

Beyond election rhetoric: Which  way for region?

Beyond election rhetoric: Which way for region?

THERE are some individuals and career mourning organisations whose focus and interest is to ensure that Matabeleland as a region and its people become professional mourners when it comes to issues of national interest.

Cabbage glut hits farmers’ pockets

Cabbage glut hits farmers’ pockets

A GLUT of cabbages has hit the market in Matabeleland and its hinterlands, forcing prices of the crop to drastically drop to as little as 25 cents or R2 from $1.

Majalisa back by popular demand

Majalisa back by popular demand

SOUTH AFRICAN Afro-pop musician, Patricia Majalisa, is set to make a return to Matabeleland for two shows due to popular demand.

Matabeleland people are cry-babies: Moyo

Matabeleland people are cry-babies: Moyo

FORMER MDC director of policy and research Qhubani Moyo on Friday described the people of Matabeleland as cry-babies who are too negative about Zanu PF.

Zanu PF worried by its majority

Zanu PF worried by its majority

AS meek Zimbabweans, we are slowly accepting the grim fate of another five gruelling years under the hegemony of Zanu PF.

Matabeleland groups promise fireworks

Matabeleland groups promise fireworks

THREE groups representing Matabeleland provinces have declared they would clinch the top accolade at the Chibuku Road to Fame national finals that are slated for Saturday in Harare.

Tsvangirai descends on region

Tsvangirai descends on region

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai is expected in Matabeleland this week for high-level consultative meetings with party structures to map a way forward after the disputed July 31 elections.

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