Zimbabwe

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.

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What crops do people in Zimbabwe grow?

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Zimbabwe actually makes cofees
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Top ten richest pple in Zimbabwe?

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who are the top 10 richest man in Zimbabwe
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Where is rhodesia located?

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Rhodesia is actually in the hearts and minds of all those who were born there, raised there, lived there, helped the land achieve some its potential and then had to sit and watch while thugs, too greedy to negotiate a future that would give all sides something to value, tore it apart and destroyed it. But I feel it will continue to be precious to many who had to flee the genocide. The Jews had a saying: "One day in Jerusalem!" we take up their call and say: "One day in Rhodesia!"
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Who are the richest people in Zimbabwe?

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Chingwena(Croco Motors) Douglas Munatsi John Moxon Rauternbach Nigel Chanakira Phillip Chiyangwa Strive Masiyiwa
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What kind of meals do Ndebele eat?

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vegetables and sadza
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What is the value of a 1936 Southern Rhodesia Shilling?

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A 1936 Southern Rhodesia coin is worth about 50-80 dollars in very fine condition, I bought one at 41 dollars on ebay. very nice coins and rare.
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Who are 20 richest people in Zimbabwe?

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1.phillip chiyangwa 2.mutumwa mawere 3 Mr ncube 4.Ray kaukonde 5.Mr Machube 6.Mr lalpuria 7.Mr mutazu 8.Mr munyeza 9Mr chuma 10.Mr charumma 11.Mr chibebe 12.Mr sigauke
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What is the capital of Zimbabwe?

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The capital of Zimbabwe is Harare. (It was called Salisbury before 1982.) Harare is the capital and most populous city of Zimbabwe.
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Why is Zimbabwe considered a developing country?

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It's not developing ...it's disassembling. It has financial and political problems.
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Who are the top ten richest people in Zimbabwe?

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strive masiyiwa douglas munatsi john moxon rauternbach nigel chanakira phillip chiyangwa
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What languages are spoken in Zimbabwe?

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The official languages of Zimbabwe are English, Shona, and Sindebele. Shona and Sindebele are languages of the Bantu family, along with Venda, Tonga, Shangaan, Kalanga, Sotho, Ndau and Nambya. Shona, Ndebele and English English is the official language, with Shona and Ndebele as recognised regional languages. Additionally, some other dialects may be found, and there will some knowledge of Afrikaans in border regions. Shona (or chiShona) is spoken by the majority as a first language, but estimates vary on the percentage of Shona speakers. Ndebele (or SiNdebele) is probably spoken by more or less a fifth of the population. English is mostly the language of official business and is widely understood. English is the official language, with Shona and Ndebele as recognised regional languages. Additionally, some other dialects may be found, and there will some knowledge of Afrikaans in border regions. no they speak many languages English ,shona, sindebele English is the official language in Zimbabwe. Widely spoken native languages are Shona and Ndebele. There are also parts of Zimbabwe that speak Tonga, Venda and Tshangane. These are minority societies. The main languages are Shona and Ndebele EnglishRecognised regional languagesShona, Ndebele Zimbabwe's first language is English, as it was a British conoly. The native language is Shona of bantu language, the Ndebele which was bought into it by the Zulu people. English is the first language. English,Shona and Ndebele. English, Shona and Ndebele are the official languages. shona English is the official language in zimbabwe. English, Ndebele and Shona The official Zimbabwe languages are Chewa, Chibarwe, English, Kalanga, Koisan, Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, Zulu and sign language. 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 and Zezuru. Altogether over 10 million people speak Shona as compared to about 3-4 million Ndebele speakers. It depends on what you mean by a main language. The 3 official languages are English, Shona, and Ndebele. Shona has the largest number of speakers, but English is the most widely spoken. The official languages of Zimbabwe are English, Shona, a Bantu language spoken by the Shona people, and Ndebele, another Bantu language spoken by the Ndebele and Matabele people of Zimbabwe. shona English is the main & official language. Shona & Ndebele second. The three official languages of Zimbabwe are Shona, Ndebele, and English.
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How many sisters does Robert Mugabe have?

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Three sisters of which one of them died recently Sabina Mugabe 30/072010.
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What impact has Robert mugabe had on Zimbabwe?

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Mugabe has been president since 1980 and his country has seen regression and corruption rather than development. Hyperinflation has hit the country. In 2006, inflation rates were greater than 1,000, meaning that food supplies were 11 times more expensive compared to 12 months ago. It has experienced a contraction in its economy and now faces an external debt of US$ 5.821 million (2009). The agricultural sector cannot cope with demands, meaning that food shortages have occurred. There is not enough fuel to generate electricity and the average GNI per capita is 340 US$. HIV/AIDS is an ever increasing serious epidemic, which, in 2007, claimed 140,000 lives. The incidence rate is exacerbated due to a large number of sex workers. The ZANU PF, under the leadership of Robert Mugabe, is incredibly corrupt and foreign aid money it has received has either been used for foreign investments or stored in oversees accounts. Homosexuality, an accepted aspect of life in many parts of the world, is now punishable by 10 years in prison. The land reform act, initially a noble idea as a form of empowerment for the blacks quickly backfired as valuable land was given to men who had either no interest or no knowledge on cultivation and agriculture. Sincerely, there appears to be no redeemable aspects of Mugabe's leadership. He reigns as a dictator and an intolerant and racist one at that. His country could have seen economic growth, instead, its economy has contracted by -4.1%. These are the impacts of his leadership and it really is plain to see that he had no notable positive impact on his country.
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How would you say good morning in Zimbabwe?

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There is no language called Zimbabwe but you can say that in Shona: mamuka seyi Ndebele -sivukile.
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Where can you buy Dogfish Head beer in Kansas City?

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I believe the closest place to buy dogfish beer is Illinois.
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What kind of government does Zimbabwe have?

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A parliamentary democracy, however the country is effectively an authoritarian dictatorship.
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Who is the richest person in Zimbabwe?

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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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Where is the great wall of Zimbabwe?

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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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What is good day in Zimbabwe language?

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Zimbabwe has many languages. You would need to be more specific. Here is a list of options: Dombe English Fanagalo Kalanga Kunda Lozi Manyika Nambya Ndau Ndebele Nsenga Nyanja Shona Tonga Tsoa Tsonga Tswa Tswana Venda

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