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Somabhula is a village in Midlands province in Zimbabwe. It is also the rail junction for Zimbabwe's southern links to neighboring Mozambique and South Africa. It was a major beef and mixed farming area up until the time that Robert Mugabe and Zanu-PF confiscated farmland from white farmers. It is thought to have been named after an influential Matebele chief.

Coordinates: 19°42′S 29°40′E / 19.700°S 29.667°E / -19.700; 29.667