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-Nkayi Road ia a paved road officially called P8 Highway. It branches left at the same place
-Donjane Road branches right.
-Nkayi Road is also known as Kwekwe-Nkayi Road, but the road actually begins from the Kwekwe-Gokwe Highway at
crossroads well outside Kwekwe.
Currently the team plays at the 20000 capacity
and White City Stadium, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
Only Sihube bus service and Ntubeni bus service operate in the area. Accidents are common. In January 2012, Sihube bus overturned at the 23 km peg along Bulawayo-Nkayi Road. One busy road is the Kwekwe-Nkai Road, which is partly the
-Silobela Road which passes through Silobela to Kwekwe. It joins the Kwekwe-Gokwe Road at
near Kwekwe River bridge.
-Donjane Road branches right, passes through Tiger Reef gold mine and stretches 48.3 km, a 42 minutes drive to Mushangi Shopping Center in Donjane joining the Somalala-Sidakeni Road there.
Secondary School is a government school in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. It was established in 1959 as a multi-racial technical college, but later became a secondary school for black students as the technical college was producing too many black technicians in competition to the white technicians. There are no racial barriers anymore.
Zhombe-Silobela Road branches left at Zhombe Joel and it is a 39.5 km long gravel road. It passes through Gwenzi, Mavuli, Hwida, Ntabeni then joins
-Silobela Road (Kwekwe-Nkai Road) 8.7 km short of Gweru River bridge and 24 km short of Crossroads Growth Point. Loreto Mission is just less than 1 km from Gweru River Bridge. From Zhombe Joel this road has unclear routes to Exchange Irrigation Scheme but local people use various secondary roads to the scheme.
Born to a Zimbabwean father, Esaph Mdlongwa, who was a politician and a South African mother, Emily Sophia Molefi, on 23 November 1967 in Oukasie Township, Brits, North West, South Africa, Oskido spent most of his early life in
Township, Bulawayo Zimbabwe where he went on to finish his basic education after graduating from Gifford High School, Bulawayo. He returned to Brits at the age of 21 in 1988 to run a family spaza shop before he left for Johannesburg to pursue a career in music.
Pelandaba has increased immigration of people from other suburbs and cities in that country. It is also famous of its Stadium known as Pelandaba White city Stadium. Samuel Sandla Khumalo of MDC-T is one of the notable residents. MDC-T do hold meetings and rallies at Pelandaba Hall and at shops. They are shops and street vendors in the area and music piracy and film piracy is one of the most prominent business among the youth. Pelandaba is just meters away from Njube, Lobengula, Iminyela, Magwegwe, Nkulumane and couple of meters away from
. Its street are named after political leaders and Ndebele tribal leaders. Ndebele and Shona are two dominant languages and also a minority of languages are heard including Tswana and Sotho. Young between the ages of 6 and 27 dominate the area and crime is one the biggest thing the residents find hard to fight. Education is more important among parents and it is believed to a weapon against crime.
Welshman Ncube born on 7 July 1961 in Gwelo, Rhodesia, is the fourth born of a family of eight who grew up in the rural Maboleni district. He was raised by his peasant parents. The young Welshman excelled at school, "at no point do I remember Welshman getting anything wrong at school, he was a genius." said one Albert Nkiwane who went to Primary School with him. He was an athlete who had a passion for short distance running and football. During his secondary schooling he was an exceptional footballer for
Secondary School where he played for the first team. When he later went to Mzilikazi High School, by popular demand he was drafted into the first team under the then coach Ndumiso Gumede who is now the Chief executive Office of the Country's Oldest football club Highlanders "At a tender age his ability to explain and dissect complex national problems was unbelievable" exclaimed his former teacher, who further said it was an obvious thing that he will one day be a politician.
Tsholotsho is a well known "battle ground" of Zimbabwean politics with the latest event being the so-called Tsholotsho Declaration of 2005 involving leading ZANU-PF members and Jonathan Moyo, in which they were accused of mooting a boardroom removal of President Mugabe. It was the location of a mass killing in 1983, as part of Robert Mugabe's "Gukurahundi". Jonathan Moyo, who twice served as lnformation Minister in the ZANU-PF government, was elected as an Independent MP for Tsholotsho in 2005. The first MP of the area between 1980 and 1985 was John Landa Nkomo who represented one part of the district that was combined with Bulawayo's
Constituency while David Kwidini represented another part that was combined with the neighbouring Wankie District. Between 1985 and 1990 the district was represented by Amos Mkwananzi. Cain Mathema was the last Zanu PF MP before the advent of the MDC from 1990 to 2000. Cain Mathema lost the seatbto MDC's Mtoliki Sibanda in 2000 who later lost to Jonathan Moyo who stood as an independent in the 2005. The District was then debided into two constituencies of Tsholotsho South and North with Jonathan Moyo (independent) narrowly retaining the latter while Maxwell Dube of the MDC winning the former in the 2008 harmonised elections. In 2013 Rosemary Sipepa Nkomo of MDC beat Jonathan Moyo to become the new MP for Tsholotsho North only lose it two years later when the MDC suffered a split. Tsholotsho South went Madodana Sibanda of Zanu PF while Jonathan Moyo bounced back as Tsholotsho North MP (this time as a Zanu PF candidate) in a by election boycotted by all major parties in 2015.
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