Synonyms for chipinge or Related words with chipinge

buhera              marondera              chiredzi              kweneng              chitipa              chimanimani              ntchisi              chegutu              murehwa              masvingo              manicaland              shurugwi              karonga              mkushi              mwenezi              bikita              ntcheu              kasungu              rumphi              gwanda              bungoma              zvimba              kajiado              dedza              mutoko              nkayi              chikwawa              mahalapye              zvishavane              mchinji              gokwe              isoka              kitui              bindura              hurungwe              solwezi              gweru              ruiru              shamva              kgatleng              mzimba              serowe              murang              tonota              gatundu              mutare              mudzi              kitale              vihiga              akuapim             

Examples of "chipinge"
Chipinge Airport is an airport serving Chipinge, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe.
The town is the headquarters of Chipinge District and the main offices of Chipinge District Administration are located here. So are the offices of "Chipinge Town Council". Royal Bank Zimbabwe, a commercial bank, maintains a branch in the town. Chipinge is also served by Chipinge Airport.
Chipinge South is a constituency in southeastern Zimbabwe in the province of Manicaland near the Mozambique border. It is named after Chipinge town.
Chipinge North is a constituency in southeastern Zimbabwe in the province of Manicaland near the Mozambique border. It is named after Chipinge town.
Gumira is a village in the Chipinge district of Manicaland, Zimbabwe, halfway between Chipinge and Chiredzi. The village has an abundance of water for possible irrigation from the Save River and very fertile soils.
Mvurachena Primary School is a Christian, independent, co-educational school in Chipinge, Zimbabwe.
Mvurachena Primary School was established in 1987 by the Chipinge Community.
Craigmore is a village in the province of Manicaland, Zimbabwe located about 30 km south west of Chipinge.
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. Birchenough Bridge is located 62 km from Chipinge in the Manicaland province of Zimbabwe linking Chipinge with Buhera.
Sibonile Nyamudeza is the MDC-T winning candidate for Chipinge West in the March 2008 elections in Zimbabwe. He was born at Tanganda in Chipinge on 10 March 1967. After completing his high school education at Gideon Mhlanga High School, Hon. Nyamudeza studied for a qualification in machine shop engineering, which he obtained in 1988.
In terms of population distribution, Chipinge is rural whereas Chisumbanje has a population of about 300 000 people .
The average annual rainfall in Chipinge is about . The hot climate and high rainfall are well suited to agriculture. The local farmers grow tea, coffeemacadamia nuts and Dairy cattle. The surrounding mountain slopes are covered with pine and acacia plantations. One of Zimbabwe's most famous landmarks, the Birchenough Bridge is located on the Sabi River about , northwest of Chipinge.
Sir Ralph is best remembered for his design work on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Otto Beit Bridge or Chirundu Bridge in the Chipinge area of Zimbabwe.
Tanganda is based in Mutare (formerly Umtali) in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia). The first tea bushes planted in Zimbabwe originated from a box of seeds smuggled out of India in 1924 by Mrs Florence Phillips, a tea-planter’s wife from Assam, and were planted near Chipinge. The success of the harvest encouraged the formation of a company, Ward and Phillips (Pty) Ltd, which owned New Year's Gift and Ratelshoek Estates near Chipinge, and which formed the nucleus of the Tanganda Tea company. The bulk of the company's tea is still grown around Chipinge, although the company now buys in substantial amounts of tea from small-scale independent growers.
Chipinge District has one of the oldest mission centers in Zimbabwe. Mount Selinda is the Oldest Mission in the District, under Chief Mapungwana.
Junction Gate is a village in the province of Manicaland, Zimbabwe located 6 km west from the Mozambique border and about 20 km east of Chipinge.
Cities, towns and places near Chisumbanje include Mkasa, Machuta, Pezenga and Muguibe. The closest major cities include Mutare, Chipinge and Chiredzi.
The Ndau is an ethnic group which inhabits the Zambezi valley, in central Mozambique all the way to the coast, and eastern Zimbabwe, south of Chipinge and Chimanimani.
He was elected to parliament for his tribal stronghold of Chipinge in southeastern Zimbabwe in 1995, and was a candidate in the 1996 presidential election (though he withdrew shortly before the election after claiming that Mugabe's ZANU-PF was undermining his campaign). In December 1997 a court tried and convicted him of conspiring with Chimwenje to assassinate Mugabe and the government disqualified him from attending parliament. Sithole's small opposition group again won the Chipinge seat in the June 2000 elections.
David Maidza (born 10 April 1971 in Chipinge) is a former Zimbabwean rugby union player and currently the head coach of the Varsity Cup team. His usual playing position was centre or winger.