Synonyms for mutoko or Related words with mutoko

chipinge              marondera              murehwa              chitipa              ntchisi              bikita              mudzi              shamva              mkushi              hurungwe              nkayi              tonota              zvimba              buhera              solwezi              gutu              goromonzi              chikomba              wedza              mzimba              mwenezi              runyenjes              chiredzi              guruve              isoka              gwanda              mumbwa              machinga              ntcheu              masvingo              githunguri              mchinji              dedza              chegutu              serowe              ruiru              kimilili              sekyere              shurugwi              ramotswa              mutasa              umguza              ngara              mahalapye              karonga              kawambwa              chimanimani              ndonga              rusape              kasungu             

Examples of "mutoko"
Mutoko North is a constituency of Zimbabwe. Mutoko North belongs to Mutoko district. Mutoko North is a rural area.
Mutoko South is a constituency of Zimbabwe. Mutoko South belongs to Mutoko district. Mutoko South is a rural area.
Mutoko Airport is an airport serving Mutoko, a city in Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe. The runway is southwest of the city.
The A2 Highway known as Mutoko Road, Mutoko being popular as a mango and tomato supplier to Mbare Musika the largest green market in Harare and all Zimbabwe.
Mutoko High School Gvt Funded boarding facilities mixed
This town is capital of the Mutoko District which is inhabited by the Buja people. The Buja people are said to have settled in Mutoko from Mhingari in what is now Mozambique
Mutoko is a small town in Mashonaland East province, Zimbabwe. It was established as an administrative station in 1911. It lies 143 km from Harare. It is named after the local Chief Mutoko.
The 238 km long A2 Highway is popularly known as Mutoko Road and sometimes called Nyamapanda Road.
The Buja people are known for being amongst the best tomatoes and mango farmers in Zimbabwe. Besides Mutoko is surrounded by villages which were given to farmers after the war, its from these resettlements the country is fed. In these areas they produce maize, cotton, beans and recently tobacco. Mutoko is considered one of the major bread baskets of Zimbabwe.
Mutoko is also the birthplace of Abel Kahuni, one of the best middle distance runners Prince Edward School and Zimbabwe has ever produced.
Mutoko area is also known for being a very mountainous region of Zimbabwe and as such is an important source granite stone.
In spite of this setback, the Crocodile Group remained in operation and was joined by Matthew Malowa, a ZANU member who had trained in Egypt. In addition to smuggling arms into the country, a major task was to recruit supporters from Salisbury, Fort Victoria, Mberengwa, and Macheke and smuggle them out through the border at Mutoko, so that they could go on to Tanzania for training, both political and guerilla. The Crocodile Group traveled entirely by foot between Salisbury and Mutoko.
John Randal Bradburne, O.F.S., M.C. (14 June 1921 in Skirwith, Cumbria, England, U.K. – 5 September 1979 near Mutoko, Mashonaland South, Rhodesia – now Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe), was a lay member of the Order of St Francis, a poet, warden of the Mutemwa leper colony at Mutoko. Killed by guerrillas, he is a candidate for canonization. But he has not yet received from the Vatican the official title of “Servant of God”, the first step toward canonization.
Willard Katsande (born 15 January 1986 in Mutoko, Mashonaland East Province) is a Zimbabwean professional footballer, who currently plays as a midfielder for Premier Soccer League club Kaizer Chiefs and for the Zimbabwe national team.
Mutoko is also the birthplace of Tsitsi Dangarembga, author of the famous post-colonial novel Nervous ConditionsWilson Katiyo,Dzekasburg,Chawasarira,Admire Mudzonga and many others who stood as luminaries in this corner of Zimbabwe.
Abel Chimukoko (born September 29, 1972 in Mutoko, Mashonaland East) is a Zimbabwean long-distance runner. He competed for his native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, where he finished in 48th place (2:22:09) in the men's marathon race. His personal best time is 2:15:29 hours, achieved in 2003.
A native of the Highfield area of Harare, Muteta is the youngest of four in a family which originates from Mutoko; his totem is "Soko Murehwa", or the monkey. He began sculpting in 1989 while in secondary school in Harare, later becoming an assistant to Danny Kanyemba. He was encouraged to start work on his own as a full-time sculptor by Moses Masaya.
Mutoko District is a district of Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe, in southern Africa. It is located in the eastern part of Zimbabwe, and covers . In 1992, the district had a population of 124,013. At that time nearly 50% of the population was under 15 years of age.
The settlement at Mutoko was designated a "growth point" in the initial planning of the new Zimbabwe government in the early 1980s. It has electricity, a hospital, a post office, and banking facilities. In addition there is grain storage run by the Grain Marketing Board, and storage for cotton run by the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe.
Mudzi District is a district of Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe, in southern Africa. It is located in the far eastern part of Zimbabwe, and covers , all of which is communal land. As of the 2012 census, the district had a population of 133,252, this is down from the 135,378 of the 2002 census and reflects emigration due to the poverty of the district. It has a single main road, A2, that runs from the town of Mutoko in Mutoko District in the southwest through the district, past the villages of Chifamba, Mudzi, Chingwena, Masarakufa, Nyamuwanga, the town of Kotwa, and the village of Muzezuru to the town of Nyamapanda before entering Mozambique to the northeast.