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Located in the southern part of the African continent, Zimbabwe is a landlocked nation bordered by Mozambique in the east, Zambia in the northeast, Botswana in the southwest and South Africa in the south.
It was conquered by Muslim invaders.::Nova net Zim fell in the year 1998 when foreign currency was used to fund the Zimbabwe army fighting in the DRC war.war veterans were also paid a further $50 000 each as compensation for fighting in the liberation war in the 70's. later on in the year 2000 war…
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No Zimbabwe and the us don't get along with each other. Since USA wanted to take over Zimbabwe and failed because President Robert Mugabe ( Zimbabwe's president) was very clever and didn't want his people to keep on being killed. And he also didn't want his people to be under constitutional monarchy…
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According to the CIA factbook they are as follows: coalchromium oreasbestosgoldnickelcopperiron orevanadiumlithiumtinplatinum group metalsemeraldssteel I am aware that there are also diamonds all over the country; it has also been confirmed that these deposits of diamonds are amongst the biggest in…
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Salsbury - Harare Selukwe - Kwekwe Gwelo - Gweru Sinoya - Chinhoyi Umtare - Mutare and that's the most i can think of
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It had no official name before Rhodesia.
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Zimbabwe is located in southern Africa which is a region in sub-saharan Africa. It is a land locked country just north of South Africa, and also surrounded by Mozambique, Zambia and Botswana.Africa
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Bulawayo and other cities in Zimbabwe have no zip codes.Zimbabwe does not use a postcode system. The street address and city are sufficient. Well, the link below claims that the Zimbabwe "zip code" is 00172-2000
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Yes Definitely not. Its the whole reason the blacks went to war. And the black Zimbabweans are all so happy now ?
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Robert Gabriel Mugabe is the President of Mugabe. Born on 1924 February 21, Mugabe became a leader of Zimbabwe as part of the movement against minority white rule. He joined the National Democratic Party in 1960, which was reformed as the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU). He split off to join…
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Zimbabwe does not use zip codes.
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like a n1gger king would
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immediate and extended family and nannies. most households in Zimbabwe have domestic help.
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He is a dictator who is treating many people badly, it is horrible and he should be shot! this is my opinion and as im from Zimbabwe im entitled to my opinion
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Answer It is a pidgin language based on Zulu, Afrikaans and English.
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Answer It's the great Zimbabwe ruins located in the Masvingo province.it is where the country derived its name fro the dzimbadzemabwe (stone buildings)
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A parliamentary democracy, however the country is effectively an authoritarian dictatorship.
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The official Zimbabwe languages are English, Shona and Ndebele. English is mostly solely used in all business private and government. Shona which is the main language spoken in Northern Zimbabwe is mostly used informally. Shona has variants(dialects) which include but not limited to Manyika, Ndau…
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White mine owners became rich by extracting copper and coal and in the process giving employment to many thousands of black mineworkers.
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The president of Zimbabwe. He is a dictator, which means there is only one party in Zimbabwe and he is the leader of that party and the country. he has taken all of the white farmers land. while the country was in poverty he had a 80kg cake.RobertMugabe is the President of Zimbabwe since 1987 to pre…
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The land redistribution 'program' took land, often by force, from white farmers and redistributed to black farmers which has led to the near collapse of the agriculture in Zimbabwe. The problem was two fold: black farmers lacked expertise both in technique and in the business aspects of getting crop…
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Robert Mugabe is 93 years old (birthdate: February 21, 1924).
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Yes, Zimbabwe is a third world country. It is the third poorest country in the entire world. They also have the third highest prevalence of HIV in the world.
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Nigel Chanakira is one of the richest, but definitely not the richest. He is the founder and major share holder of a Zimbabwean based bank - Kingdom Bank.
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Answer Rhodesia.
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Who cares! Im sorry its just im crabby because im constipated right now
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Rhodesia was a rather large British colony. The territory of North Rhodesia became independent as the country currently called ZAMBIA. The territory of South Rhodesia became independent as the country currently called ZIMBABWE.
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The people of Zimbabwe are being affected by a changing environment. Water shortages at this point are infrequent, however, continued global warming could make the situation even worse. Farming also represents challenges for the people of Zimbabwe, droughts and soil erosion greatly effect their abil…
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Zimbabwe has both a president whom is head of state and a prime minister whom is head of government. This position was abolished in 1987, but restored on 2009 February 11.
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Parlimentry domorcay!!!!!parliamentary democracy
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What is your question trying to ask? Bulawayo, is a city in Zimbabwe, its not a state which would then have cities in it. So a city in Zimbabwe would be Bulawayo, Harare, Chiredzi, Gweru, Mutare etc
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There is a Consulate Of Zimbabwe in Karachi ,I am sure you guyz will find their contact details online...call them and if you need visitor visa then tell them so, dont change your statements to confuse your case, book any hotel and ask them to fax the booking to the consulate ...Best Of Luck (My Pak…
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Southern Rhodesia became the country of Zimbabwe.
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Probably Robert Mugabe. He is the current dictator of Zimbabwe and has probably committed mass corruption.
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Zimbabwe is governed by President Robert Mugabe as Head of State.The 2013 constitution abolished the office of prime minister (again)
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Rhodesia is no longer a country, but the capital WAS Salisbury.
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Summer, because Poland is in the nothern hemisphere and Zimbabwe is in the southern hemisphere. This happens because the earth is tilited so the sun is more direct at different places at a certain time.
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shurugwi
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There 3 main languages in Zimbabwe. Ndebele (spoken in the South of Zimbabwe, mainly in Bulawayo), Shona (spoken by the majorty of Zimbabweans) and English, the official language (spoken mainly in urban areas. It is also the language of government).
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it is important because it is the oldest architecture
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not dense at 57 people per square mile
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A fortified admin center (page 377 World History)
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Harare.
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The Zambesi, the Congo, the Nile, the Limpopo, the Niger and the Orange are all major rivers in Africa
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Rhodesia was named after Cecil John Rhodes.
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English is the Official language of Zimbabwe. If you are referring to one of the native languages, you would need to specify which one. Here is a list of languages spoken in Zimbabwe:DombeEnglishFanagaloKalangaKundaLoziManyikaNambyaNdauNdebeleNsengaNyanjaShonaTongaTsoaTsongaTswaTswanaVendaZimbabwe S…
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Harare is the capital city of Zimbabwe.
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Southern Rhodesia
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it is a landlocked country
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The capital of Zimbabwe is Harare. (It was called Salisbury before 1982.) Great Zimbabwe was the capital of ancient Zimbabwe.Harare.
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Zimbabwe was called Southern Rhodesia until Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) gained independence in 1964, when it was renamed just Rhodesia. Horse Isle Answer: Southern Rhodesia ~CaptainQuiche (Dun Server)Sorry but the horse isle answer 'Southern Rhodesia' Is incorrect. The correct answer for horse isle …
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As far as I know it was named Southern Rhodesia which was not only Zimbawe but a couple of other countries whose names escape me, If you would like to know look up Southern Rhodesia. :) Hope that helped!
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Economic malaise , political violence ,HIV/Aids pandemic but rightly said it is all because of cruelty by the Europeans
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Zimbabwe shares Victoria Falls, Africa's biggest waterfall, with Zambia.
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20°S and 30°E
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OBE or Officer of the British Empire is the Second rank of membership into the Order of the British Empire, an honour awarded by the British Monarch. It is usually awarded for outstanding service to the community or for excellence in a particular area such as sport, art or entertainment in the UK o…
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Zimbabwe has been a cause for debate in the west because of the President's controversial leadership. President Robert Mugabe has publicly slammed the west for being hypocritical, and has urged for Africa's increased participation in global politics.
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A capital intensive industry is one that uses a lot of money to get started. Many business startups fail at this stage because not enough investment was made.
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Great Zimbabwe National Monument is a building or building complex in Zimbabwe.
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Postal codes for Zimbabwe: 00263 29859Zip codes are relevant to mail delivered within the United States. There are no zip or postal codes for mail traveling between countries, only local codes within the individual countries, so you'd need to get the specific, local postal code for the recipient of…
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Before gaining independence in 1980 Zimbabwe was called Rhodesia. Before that it was called Southern Rhodesia.
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It is further to Portugal from New York City than New York to Venezuela. Venezuela is about 1,000 miles closer to New York than Portugal.
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The British colony of Rhodesia became the independent nation of Zimbabwe on April 18, 1980. Rev. Canaan Banana was the first President and Head of State (a non-executive position), and Robert Mugabe was the first Prime Minister and Head of Government (and had political control of the country). (In 1…
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poor medical facilities and lack of qualified health personal
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Streams fairies and unicorns
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not under the name Zimbabwe but the arear now Zimbabwe hasfirst was in 1896 against the whites led by John Rhodes and they lost itthe second was during the 1970's to fight the minority white regime ,the majority blacks were about to win when the parties agreed to settle things diplomaticaly
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English is the main & official language. Shona & Ndebele second.
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Anything pretty much goes really. For the younger generation we have the same dress code as in the western and European countries, on the other hand over the years we've picked up clothing from various African countries such as Zambia's (which is a material that has unique artistic designs printed o…
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The most logical direction is to travel west.
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the richest man in Zimbabwe is sam levy
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In 2008, President Robert Gabrielle Mugabe was reelected under the election rules of Zimbabwe. But he had to negotiate a power-sharing plan under which his opponent Morgan Tsvangirai, became Prime Minister. Tsvangirai's party, the Movement for Democratic Change, captured a majority of the Parliament…
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He turned 87 on the 21st of February 2012
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Robert Mugabe was not a boxer according to records. However, there is a John Mugabe who was born in 1960 who is a professional boxer from Zimbabwe.
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Recession in Zimbabwe, link your answer to business cycle
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Huge economic problems have been caused by Robert Mugabe, a cruel and brutal dictator who has ruled Zimbabwe for too many years.
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Yes.zimbabwe is poor and it is the poorest country in africa(if you did not know.)
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Morgan Tsvangirai is the Prime Minister of Zimbabawe.The position of Prime Minister was abolished by Prime Minister Robert Mugabe on 1987 December 31 who made himself President. During the 2008 presidential election, even though Tsvangirai won the first round against Mugabe, Tsvangirai was forced to…
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12,521,000 - 2009m census
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its about 1,902,384 in 2008
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Central African Republic
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Some of the things that are eaten in Zimbabwe is they eat sugar, bread, and tea it is very common to see people getting and eating it there.
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According to the definition of tribe, Zimbabwe only has one African tribe- the Bantu. 'A tribe is a unit of sociopolitical organization consisting of a number of families, clans, or other groups who share a common ancestry and culture and among whom leadership is typically neither formalized nor per…
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Poverty. Land is quite good in Zimbabwe and there are a lot of farms. These had been given to people who were not able to run them so well. As a result food production dropped, which has led to poverty and hunger. Massive inflation has led to high prices, making it more difficult for people to buy f…
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Zimbabwe is a country lying north of South Africa, mostly between the Limpopo and Zambesi Rivers
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Salisbury was the original name, now it is Harare
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Blood diamond trade lack of acess to education aids
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Las Vegas, Nevada Las Vegas, New Mexico
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South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique and Zambia
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The Victoria Falls is a great landmark in Zimbabwe. It is sometimes referred to as the Eighth Wonder of the World. It also has the best white-water rafting in the whole world!!
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Robert Mugabe earned several college degrees, but is not a Rhodes Scholar. Some notable Rhodes Scholars are Bill Clinton, Edwin Hubble, John Marshall Harlan II, and J. William Fulbright.
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65 million zimbwean dollars which converts to $4500 us dollars
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well the language spoken by most of the people is shona English ^ don't listen to that fool | they speak afrikaan Stupid there is no such thing as African! They do speak English! Because I am a Mexican and I know everything. First of all their national language is Shona, Ndebele and English …
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Zimbabwe stands for in the Karanga dialect of Shona meaning "large house of stone."
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