Synonyms for marondera or Related words with marondera

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Examples of "marondera"
Marondera District is divided into four parliamentary constituencies: Marondera East constituency, Marondera West constituency, Marondera Central constituency, and a small northern portion of Wezda North constituency (most of which is in Wedza District). Marondera Central comprises only Marondera Town. Marondera West constituency comprises the Chihota communal area and includes the business centres at Mahusekwa, Chiwanzamarara and Manyaira. Marondera East constituency comprises the Svosve communal lands, and the Rhodesclarke,
Marondera Airport is an airport serving Marondera, Zimbabwe. It is approximately west of the town.
• At Marondera the P3 Highway turns left (north) to Murehwa. Its common name is the Marondera-Murehwa Road @ .
Marondera East is a constituency of Zimbabwe. It belongs to the Eastern province of Mashonaland East. It is named after the town of Marondera.
Marondera High School is a co-educational high school located one and half miles from the Marondera town centre, in Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe. The school was established in 1960.
Marondera has several very good schools, which have been in operation for many years. The junior schools include Godfrey Huggins, Tapfuma School, Dombotombo School, Springvale House, Digglefold and Ruzawi School and the senior schools are Marondera High School, Peterhouse Boys' School, Peterhouse Girls' School, Rakodzi High, Watershed College, Bernard Mizeki College, Waddilove High School & Nagle House. The first black mayor of Marondera was T. K. Muronda in 1980.
Bernard Mizeki College is a independent boarding school for boys situated in Marondera, Zimbabwe approximately 87 km east of the capital Harare and or 13.5 km north east of Marondera town. It was founded in memory of Bernard Mizeki, an African martyr who died in the Marondera area. The school was established by leading private individuals of the Anglican Church in the then Rhodesia through a deed of trust registered in 1958 at Harare for predominantly African boys.
Tinashe Panyangara (born October 21, 1985 in Marondera) is a Zimbabwean cricketer. He is a right-arm fast-medium bowler.
Waddilove High School is a Methodist High School in Marondera, Zimbabwe, established in 1891 by Methodist Missionary John White.
Catherine Buckle or Cathy Buckle is a Zimbabwean writer and blogger living in Marondera, Zimbabwe. She and her former husband bought "Stow Farm" in Marondera in 1990 and managed to make the farm productive and viable. However, in 2000 they lost their farm during the chaotic Land redistribution program to a group of "war veterans" who claimed rights to her land.
Marondera District is a district of Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe, in southern Africa. It is located in the eastern part of Zimbabwe, and covers an unknown area. The district capital is the town of Marondera, which is also the provincial capital.
Tracy Mutinhiri is the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Welfare. She is the Member of House of Assembly for Marondera East (ZANU-PF).
It is an educational centre with numerous elite private and government schools in the area. Marondera houses some of the most popular high schools and junior schools in Zimbabwean history such as Bernard Mizeki College, Peterhouse Boys' School and Peterhouse Girls' School, Watershed College, Rakodzi High School, Marondera High School and Wise Owl High School. Junior schools in Marondera include Barnies Junior School (, Ruzawi School, Godfrey Huggins, Diggleford School, Lendy Park, Springvale House and Wise Owl Primary School ( It also houses an agricultural and commercial college aptly named Kushinga Phikelela and a government research station called Grasslands Research Station.
Brahma Kumaris have three Centres in Zimbabwe (in Harare, Bulawayo, and Vic Falls). ISKCON has a Centre at Marondera. Ramakrishna Vedanta Society has a centre in Harare.
Women's team - Rachel Makoni, Margret Magwaro, Fadzai Mabasa, Charity Chigumba, Isobel Tengende, Dorcas Marondera, Sharon Chamwarura, Ethel Shaba, Sibongile Mkandla, Alex Maseko, Nobunkosi Ndlovu, Geraldine Chibonda
In the ZANU-PF primaries for the March 2008 parliamentary election, Sekeramayi again sought the party's nomination as its candidate for the House of Assembly seat from Marondera East, but was defeated. He was instead nominated as ZANU-PF's candidate for the Senate from Marondera-Hwedza in Mashonaland East. Sekeramayi won this seat according to official results, receiving 24,571 votes against 17,370 for Jane Chifamba of the MDC-Tsvangirai faction and 6,994 for Molai Penelope of the MDC-Mutambara faction.
Watershed College (or Watershed) is a private boarding school situated in a pastoral setting near Marondera in Zimbabwe. The College provides secondary education as well as an Agricultural course for girls and boys between the ages of 13 and 19.
Notable cultural events on the school calendar are the Eisteddfod, National Allied Arts Competitions, Harare Junior School Choir Concert, Music Concert (mid-year), Carol Concert (Third Term) and the Marondera Schools' Carol Concert.
Two weeks later, on 10 February, Nyandoro was sentenced to four months hard labour in Marondera for a contravention of the Public Order Act arising out of a meeting which he had addressed at Chumachanga on 4 January.
In 1892 the Methodist Church brought in black evangelist teachers from the Cape Province of South Africa, as church workers. Among them was Modumedi Moleli, who later went to Chief Nenguwo’s area near Marondera with Shimmin.