Articles in Zimbabwe ( 279 )

279 Articles of interest in Zimbabwe

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  • Shurugwi

    Shurugwi, formerly Selukwe, a town and administrative centre in Midlands Province, southern Zimbabwe, located about 350 km south of Harare; population 16,138 (Central Statistical Office, Zimbabwe. Census of Population, 1992. Harare: Government Print…

  • Ruwa

    Ruwa is a town in Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe, situated 22 km south-east of Harare on the main Harare-Mutare highway and railway line. It serves as a small administrative and trading centre for the surrounding mixed farming area.

  • Gwanda

    Gwanda is a town in Zimbabwe. It is the capital of the province of Matabeleland South, one of the 10 administrative provinces in the country. The name Gwanda derives from that of a nearby hill known as Jahunda. Gwanda also refers to the rural distri…

  • Gonarezhou National Park

    Gonarezhou National Park is a National Park located in south-eastern Zimbabwe. It is situated in a relatively remote corner of Masvingo Province, south of Chimanimani along the Mozambique border.

  • Chimanimani District

    Chimanimani District (part of which was known as Melsetter 1895–1982) is a mountainous area in the province of Manicaland, eastern Zimbabwe. The region is distinguished by large peaks, carved from a rifted quartzite block, the highest reaching to 2,…

  • Solusi University

    Solusi University is a coeducational private university in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Initially established in 1894, one hundred years later, the institution received the authorisation of the Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe through an act of Parliam…

  • Borrowdale, Harare

    Borrowdale is a wealthy residential suburb in the north of Harare, Zimbabwe.The area is made up of Borrowdale West, Borrowdale, Helensvale, Borrowdale Brook, Crowhill Views to the North and Pomona. The suburb has a plush shopping area in the centre …

  • Bvumba Mountains

    The Bvumba Mountains or Vumba Mountains lie on the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border, approximately 25 km south east of Mutare. The Bvumba rise to Castle Beacon at 1911 metres, and are, together with the Chimanimani and Nyanga part of the Eastern Highlands…

  • Falcon College

    Falcon College is a private institution of higher learning (high school) for boys aged 12–18 in the southern Matabeleland region of Zimbabwe. It was founded in 1954 near Essexvale, Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 55 km southeast of Bulawayo on…

  • Binga District

    Binga District, now Binga North District and Binga South District, lies in the hot and arid Zambezi Encampment, the region that was once the territory of the tsetse fly.

  • Zimbabwe Open University

    The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) is a distance education university in Zimbabwe. Established in 1999, it is the only distance education university in the country. Student enrollment at ZOU has been growing steadily from the time of its formation a…

  • Shashe River

    The Shashe River (or Shashi River) is a major left-bank tributary of the Limpopo River in Zimbabwe. It rises northwest of Francistown, Botswana and flows into the Limpopo River where Botswana, Zimbabwe and South Africa meet.

  • Lower Zambezi National Park

    The Lower Zambezi National Park lies on the north bank of the Zambezi River in south eastern Zambia. Until 1983 when the area was declared a national park the area was the private game reserve of Zambia's president. This has resulted in the park bei…

  • Birchenough Bridge

    Birchenough Bridge is the name for both a bridge across the Save River (pronounced Sa've) and a village next to the bridge. Birchenough Bridge is called after Sir Henry Birchenough.

  • Tsholotsho District

    Tsholotsho District is an administrative district of Matabeleland North Province, Zimbabwe. Its administrative centre is the business centre of Tsholotsho which is located about 65 km north-west of Nyamandhlovu,and 98 km north-west of Bulawayo as th…

  • Rufaro Stadium

    Rufaro Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe and home to Dynamos F.C.. It is currently used mostly for football matches.

  • National Gallery of Zimbabwe

    The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) is a gallery in Harare, Zimbabwe, dedicated to the presentation and conservation of Zimbabwe's contemporary art and visual heritage. The original National Gallery of Rhodesia was designed and directed by Frank …

  • Mutoko

    Mutoko is a small town in Mashonaland East province, Zimbabwe. It was established as an administrative station in 1911. It lies 143 km from Harare.

  • Mount Pleasant, Harare

    Mount Pleasant is the name of a residential suburb in the northern part of Harare, Zimbabwe. It is the home of the University of Zimbabwe, Mount Pleasant School, North Park Primary School and Northwood Seventh Day Adventist School.