Synonyms for hwange or Related words with hwange

chingola              molepolole              mufulira              wankie              luanshya              palapye              gweru              kitwe              mutare              mahalapye              zvishavane              chipinge              solwezi              orapa              masvingo              ndola              kabwe              bindura              chiredzi              marondera              chililabombwe              mkushi              kariba              tsumeb              francistown              mhangura              otjiwarongo              ruiru              manicaland              nakuru              copperbelt              beitbridge              chimanimani              jwaneng              naivasha              gwanda              kakamega              grootfontein              kwekwe              serowe              phikwe              nchanga              bulawayo              sesheke              ngezi              lobatse              chipata              kitale              mazabuka              chinhoyi             

Examples of "hwange"
In this town are Hwange Colliery Mine and Hwange Thermal Power Station.
Air Zimbabwe formerly included Hwange National Park on its daily internal service of Harare - Victoria Falls - Hwange - Kariba - Harare.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Hwange () is a suffragan diocese in the city of Hwange in the ecclesiastical province of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe.
Bulawayo-based train crews booked off on arrival at Dete, while Dete or Hwange train crews worked the train further north to Hwange.
Hwange Colliery F.C. (formerly known as Wankie Colliery F.C.) is a Hwange- based Premier Soccer League club, promoted to division One in 2009.
The Hwange VOR-DME (Ident: VWN) is located on the field. The Hwange non-directional beacon (Ident: PO) is located off the threshold of runway 08.
Dete (previously known as Dett) is a small railway re-crewing depot and developing town on the Bulawayo-Hwange-Victoria Falls railway line in Zimbabwe, approximately north-west of Bulawayo and south-east of Hwange, lying within the Hwange National Park.
First-class cricket has been played in Hwange, at the well established cricket venue located in the town, the Tom Kenton Oval, home of the Hwange (Wankie) cricket club.
Hwange is also a tourism centre due to the presence of the nearby Hwange National Park, the largest National Park in Zimbabwe. The national park is home to a vast number of elephant, giraffe, lion and other wildlife. Royal Bank Zimbabwe, a commercial bank, maintains a branch in the town. Zimbabwe's biggest power plant, Hwange Thermal Power Station, was built here in the 1980s.
Hwange District is primarily a mining district. Large coal deposits are found in the district and sevelal large coal mines are located there, including Hwange Colliery, the largest coal mine in Zimbabwe. The district headquarters is located in Hwange, a city which lies of the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls Road, (Highway A-8), with an estimated population of 33,210 as of 2004.
Hwange is a town in Zimbabwe, located in Hwange District, in Matabeleland North Province, in northwestern Zimbabwe, close to the international borders with Botswana and Zambia. It lies approximately , by road, southeast of Victoria Falls, the nearest large city. The town lies on the railway line from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second-largest city, to Victoria Falls. Hwange sits at an elevation of , above sea level.
The Nambya are a tribe of about one hundred thousand people, based in the north-west of Zimbabwe. They are clustered around the coal mining town of Hwange formally Wankie named after a revered local chief called Hwange.
Marist Brothers Secondary School Dete was opened in 1972, as a transfer from St. Mary’s Secondary School in Lukosi, Hwange. St Mary’s Secondary School had been an old Catholic School run by the priests of the Hwange Diocese.
Mpandamatenga is a border post and settlement in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe, adjacent to the Pandamatenga area in Botswana. It is located within Matetsi Safari Area. It can be reached by road from Hwange town and Hwange National Park.
Hwange District is an administrative district in northwestern Zimbabwe, in southern Africa.
Hwange won 7–1 on aggregate and advanced to the first round.
On 9 February 1999, aged 43, he was appointed Bishop of Hwange and consecrated three months later.
Hwange is 105 km from Halfway House, 335 km from Bulawayo and 105 km before Victoria Falls. ( )
In 2010, Katebe was transferred to Konkola Blades FC from Afrisports. After another good season, he saw himself become an international transfer, moving to Hwange of Zimbabwe. At Hwange, Katebe became a regular starter playing center-back and defensive midfield. During the league campaign he scored several decision making goals.
Method Mwanjali (born 25 April 1983 in Hwange) is a Zimbabwean football player who plays as a defender for Simba Sport Club in the Tanzania Premier Soccer League. He previously played for Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa, Mpumhalanga Aces , CAPS United, Shabanie Mine and Hwange FC in Zimbabwe.