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The heroes behind rise in health-seeking behaviour in Umguza

Village health workers have forged a transformative partnership with community influencers to increase demand for, and access to primary healthcare services
By Farai Mutsaka Jul. 14, 2024

Govt allocates set top boxes to Binga chiefs

In 2022, then Information deputy minister Kindness Paradza revealed that the government would for the first time in 42 years connect Binga to local television and radio.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 9, 2024

Matabeleland’s undocumented children: Right to identity denied

Birth registration is a legal right in Zimbabwe and the government makes it a requirement for every citizen to possess a birth registration certificate and eventually a national identity card.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jul. 5, 2024

Silobela family lives in fear of machete attack

Matabeleland South provincial police spokesperson Inspector Loveness Mangena could not confirm the arrest.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 19, 2024

Man kills wife, buries corpse in shallow grave

The murder took place in a bushy area near Shweshwe village on June 4.
By William Vundla Jun. 18, 2024

Mat South leadership targets diaspora investors

The conference will be held under the theme Matabeleland South province: Unlocking New Investment Frontiers through Diaspora Community Engagement.
By Peter Dube Jun. 18, 2024

‘Govt letting region down’

Mlotshwa urged the government to take concrete action to address the issue of teenage pregnancies and its impact on girls’ education.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 26, 2024

Lack of schools fuels child marriages in Tsholotsho

A visit to Tsholotsho recently by Southern Eye Weekender revealed that girls account for the largest percentage of school dropouts, with many being forced into early marriages.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 25, 2024

Villagers bemoan loss of cultural values

The villagers said some practices being adopted by the young generation spelt doom on African values.
By Daniel Moyo May. 21, 2024