Synonyms for mutare or Related words with mutare

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Examples of "mutare"
Mutare West is a constituency of Zimbabwe. It belongs to Manicaland. Mutare West includes Marange.
Mutare South is a constituency of Zimbabwe. Mutare South is in the East of Zimbabwe, in Manicaland.
Chiadzwa is a ward in Mutare District and Mutare West constituency in Zimbabwe and home to the Marange diamond fields.
Mutare Airport is an airport serving Mutare, the fourth largest city in Zimbabwe and the capital of its Manicaland province.
Mutare Sports Club is also the home ground of the Mutare Sports Club rugby union team, who play in the Harare Provincial Rugby League.
Other balancing rocks formations are located east of Harare, off the Harare Mutare Road as well as other parts of Zimbabwe such as in Chikanga Mutare.
Grand Reef Airport is an airport serving the city of Mutare, in Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. The runway is west of Mutare Airport, which is adjacent to the city.
Mutare Sports Club is a cricket ground in Mutare, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe. It is located just to the south-east of the city centre, next to Main Park.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Mutare () is a suffragan diocese in the city of Mutare in the ecclesiastical province of Harare in Zimbabwe.
It is the Junior School of Mutare Boys High School, situated just 5 kilometers from the junior school and Mutare Girls High School, a bit further away.
The area was the site of Chief Mutasa's kraal. In 1890 A.R. Coquhoun was given concessionary rights and Fort Umtali (the fort later became Mutare) was established between the Tsambe and Mutare Rivers. The word mutare originates from the word 'Utare' meaning iron (or possibly meaning gold). The name was probably given to the river as a result of gold being discovered in the Penhalonga valley through which the Mutare River runs.
1998-2002: Alexio Churu Muchabaiwa, Bishop of Mutare
Motor Action play most home matches in Mutare (Sakubva Stadium);
Mutare is home to schools and tertiary institutions:
A9 branches east at Masvingo to Mutare via Birchnough Bridge.
1987-1990: Alexio Churu Muchabaiwa, Bishop of Mutare
There are three suffragan dioceses, Chinhoyi, Gokwe and Mutare.
Highway are owned by Mutare businessman Binali Yard.
In a project called the Plumtree-Bulawayo-Harare-Mutare Highway.
    "Not to be confused with Danangombe Hill near Mutare"