Synonyms for mhangura or Related words with mhangura

hwange              chingola              bindura              zvishavane              luanshya              gweru              chililabombwe              kitwe              mopani              marondera              shamva              filabusi              chiredzi              kwekwe              greenbushes              tsumeb              kazungula              otjiwarongo              limbe              mkushi              ndola              beitbridge              masvingo              mufulira              mpika              thabazimbi              ruiru              chipinge              solwezi              luveve              roodepoort              lushoto              ngezi              wankie              monze              postmasburg              londiani              chinhoyi              molepolole              mutare              lumwana              phofung              kabwe              mumbwa              gatwekera              wedza              gwanda              shurugwi              chirundu              boksburg             

Examples of "mhangura"
Mhangura Airport was an airstrip serving Mhangura, in Mashonaland West Province, Zimbabwe. Aerial views show the airstrip is abandoned, with trees growing on the former dirt runway.
Zimbabwean cricketer Natsai Mushangwe comes from Mhangura.
Mhangura has become an industrial/mining ghost town, with its water, power, and sanitation infrastructure failing.
According to the 1982 census, Mhangura formerly had a population of 11,175.
Mhangura (formerly Mangula) is a small town and former mining community in the Doma District of Mashonaland West Province, in northern Zimbabwe.
It is located northwest of Harare. The name was probably derived from the Shona word "mhangura" meaning "red metal" in reference to copper.
Chikuti River Bridge was blocked by flowing water near Lion’s Den before Mhangura Road turn-off. and Denga River Bridge was also blocked.
The Mhangura Copper Mines Ltd, a subsidiary of Zimbabwe Mining Development Corporation, operated one of the biggest copper mine in the country here. All mining was closed in the late 1990s, due to falling prices on the world copper market.
Dr. Douglas Mombeshora is the Zimbabwe Minister of Lands for a 5 year term. He was appointed Minister of Lands following a landslide victory by ZANU PF in the 2013 harmonized elections. He also served as Deputy Minister of Health and Child Welfare during the Inclusive Government of 2009-2013. He is the Member of House of Assembly for Mhangura (ZANU-PF).
Transport to and from Chinhoyi is mainly by road. Bus services connect Chinhoyi with Harare, Karoi, Kariba, Mhangura, Bulawayo, and smaller villages in the district. There is a small airport for private planes, called Chinhoyi Airport, located about , south of the central business district. The airport is said to be in need of maintenance. Chinhoyi is on a rail branch from Harare, which ends at Lions Den. There are scheduled passenger trains. Taxis operate within the town area. There is also a local bus service.
The record 22 titles won by Dynamos is more than twice as many as the number won by the second-most decorated, Bulawayo's Highlanders, who have won seven. Dynamos and Highlanders share the record for most consecutive championships won, each having won four titles in succession. Harare-based Dynamos are the most successful team in cup competition, with ten cup-final victories to their name, one more than CAPS United. Unlike the league, the cup has been won numerous times by clubs from outside the traditional centres of Harare and Bulawayo; provincial sides such as Hwange, Mhangura and Masvingo United have claimed the cup on multiple occasions. The Double has been achieved 11 times in Zimbabwean football; since Bulawayo Rovers won both the league and cup in 1962, the Double has been repeated by Dynamos (seven times), Zimbabwe Saints, Black Rhinos, Highlanders and CAPS United.
Natsai Mushwange (born 9 February 1991, Mhangura, Zimbabwe) is an international cricketer. He made his ODI debut in a match against the Netherlands. He is an all-rounder. Mushwange's favourite cricketer is Pakistan's all-rounder Shahid Afridi; he is his favourite cricketer because Afridi is a flamboyant batter with a good ability to ball legbreak, similar to that of Mushangwe. While representing the Zimbabwe XI in a match, Mushanwe scored 7 runs before getting out. He didn't take any wickets, but did have a low economy rate. In the next match Mushanwge showed his all-round ability by scoring 11 runs for the final wicket and taking the wicket of Netherlands opener Eric Szwarczynski.