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The BSA Police District Trooper circa 1938.

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'The Regiment'

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Introduction The Matabeleland Branch, alongside other branches based in Zimbabwe, used to fall under the wing of the Central Branch until the latter was disbanded and formed into a Central Advisory Committee. The Matabeleland Branch now stands as an autonomous body with its own constitution and serves the interests of former members of the force in the Matabeleland region.
Principal ContactPersons wishing to make contact with the branch should contact the
Address: 1 Mukwa Rd, Newton West.
Telephone: +263 9 470972;
Mobile: +263 712 213607
Office Bearers

Ken Macdonald
Chairman

Karl Hurry
Vice Chairman
Forthcoming The following forthcoming Matabelealnd Branch functions may be of interest. For further detils contact the
Date
Function
Venue
First Monday every month from 5:30pm
Monthly Gathering (informal) Hillside Bowling Club.
Sunday 9th September
Ladies Luncheon To be hosted by Jean Cranston - contact Hon. Sec for details
22 September 2018 from 12 noon onwards
Braai at the Green and White To be hosted by the Hurrys - contact Hon. Sec for details. Please bring your own meat, drinks and eating utensils.
20 October 2018 from 12 noon onwards
Luncheon and Get together - note Barry woan and Sakkie MacKay will be in attendance To be hosted by the Ian and Tuppence Paterson - contact Hon. Sec for details. Greek kebabs on the menu so all you need to bring is your drinks!
24 November 2018 from 12 noon onwards
Annual Regimental Luncheon Hillside WI Hall - please book well in advance. Meal to be cooked by Tuppence and Bev - No charge, but donations welcome.
16th December 2018 from 12 noon onwards
Christmas Get Together Qalisa Gazebo/Braai area. Bring your own meat, salads and drinks - Sadza and gravy will be provided.
Joining the Branch Would you like to join the Matabeleland Branch of the Regimental Association? This pamphlet, compiled and distributed by the United Kingdom Branch, will give your a few reasons why you should consider it.