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

Child marriages, pregnancies rampant in Tsholotsho

In an interview with Southern Eye, Khumalo said they had a challenge with secondary schools, adding that the closest was located about 25km away.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 13, 2024

Man (51) rapes girl (12)

It is the State’s case that in January this year, the girl was herding cattle when she met the suspect who was carrying an axe and an Okapi knife.
By Daniel Moyo May. 10, 2024

Fatima hostel almost complete

Fatima Primary School head Peter Ngona confirmed the gesture saying there were only a few touch ups left for the hostel to start functioning.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 3, 2024

Thieves vandalise region’s heroes acres

Zanu PF provincial chairman Jabulani Sibanda said the fencing of the heroes acre was necessary to protect the cemeteries from the daring thieves.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 14, 2024

Lupane methane gas project stalls

Natural gas reserves were discovered in Lupane several years ago, but commercial exploitation has failed to take off despite the government granting its exploration a national project status in 2007.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 11, 2024

Lupane embarks on water reticulation project

The Lupane board has been complaining that water challenges are stalling progress in the provincial capital.
By Innocent Magondo Mar. 28, 2024

Hungers stalks Lupane villagers

A village from Dongamuzi, Stephen Mnkandla, appealed to the government to intervene with food aid.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 17, 2024

Villagers in desperate bid to save livestock

Some villagers are reportedly resorting to selling some of the cattle for a song.
By Margaret Lubinda Mar. 14, 2024