Synonyms for mvuma or Related words with mvuma
Examples of "mvuma"
R7 Highway branches west at
to Gweru. Also called A17 or Gweru-
Its center is about 46 km south of
but the administrative centre has moved to
a small mining town just off the Harare-Beitbridge Highway near Gweru Turn-off.
is a small mining town in Midlands province in Zimbabwe.
It is Chirumhanzu Rural District authority. Chirumhanzu District is rural with
being the only urban setup in the District.
Chirumhanzu District is a Second-order Administrative Sub-division of Midlands (Zimbabwe) between
and ends in
at the junction with the R1 Highways.
Chirumhanzu Rural District Council has the communal area, the resettlement area and three urban areas,
, Lalapanzi and Charandura under its jurisdiction.
Chirumanzu-Zibagwe Constituency was created prior to the Zimbabwean general election, 2008, from the old Chirumanzu Constituency. It stretches all the way from
, east side of the Harare-Masvingo Highway to the west side of the Harare-Bulawayo Highway to includes which were formerly under Zhombe Constituency. It also covers places like Rukundo and Netherburn along the Gweru-
The district comprises twenty five wards; that is 12 in the communal area, 3 in
, 1 in Lalapanzi and 9 in resettlement areas.
It is located in the Midlands Province.
, a small mining town, is one of the largest commercial centers in the constituency.
Formally known as Umvuma, and Umvooma.
houses a few government offices at district level. It hosts the Chirumhanzu Rural District Council offices as well as a district hospital.
The A4 is a highway, also known as the R1 Highway runs between Beitbridge and Harare. From Beitbridge it passes through Rutenga, Ngundu, Masvingo,
, Chivhu before reaching Harare.
Gweru City is also Midlands provincial capital. It is located 164 km northeast of Bulawayo and 275 km south-west-south of Harare via
( A17 Highway ) or 278 km via Kwekwe ( A5 Highway ).
From a rural road the Road R51-7 became a national highway because after completion this
- Gweru Highway attracted long distance traffic and traffic volumes substantially increased with average growth rates higher than 7%.
R7 Highway is also the national road called A17 Highway which runs from Gweru to
. It begins at the roundabout in the city of Gweru where is extends from Main street.
This section of the Harare-Beitbridge Highway covers from Chivhu to Masvingo. About one third distance from Chivhu, the Gweru-
Highway braches right (west) on its approximately to the Midlands capital city of Gweru linking this highway with R2 Highway to Bulawayo and Plumtree.
Kwekwe has paved roads leading to Gweru, Kadoma,
and Gokwe Business Centre hence it is considered a well-connected city. Besides being close to the geographical centre of the country, Kwekwe is also strategically located within the Midlands metropolitan area. Kwekwe, together with Gweru, Munyati, Kadoma and Redcliff form a single customer base for local commercial enterprises.
In 2010 business started booming in
, taking advantage of highway users. Chicken Slice, a fast food outlet and Unique Rama, a truckstop and restaurant, were opened. In 2013 a complex housing banks and lodges was commissioned improving the livelihoods by creating employment for the locals.
The area is link between Gweru and Chivhu. Located approximately 83 km from Gweru and approximately 54 km to Chivhu. The area is soorunded by Chirumhanzu Communal lands which fall within its administration. Nearby farms include the former Central Estates Headquarters formerly owned by N. Van Hoogstraten with capacity to employee 1000 workers. Due to land redistribution in 2000 the agricultural hub failed, with the closure of Anthens mine, led to migration and thus urban decay of
Road was a rural road which was upgraded into a national highway and road corridor in 1989. It was then known as Road R51-7. It was upraised at the same time with the R84-7 Highway after rehabilitation and pavement by the then Ministry of Transport and Energy, Construction Units Nº 7. Construction work commenced 15 January 1986 though it had been scheduled to begin on 1 October 1985. The main job was completed on 15 August 1988 though the scheduled date of completion had been 1 October 1987. (Duration of contract 24 months 31 months) Final touches and maintenance work ended on 15 August 1989, the scheduled date having been 1 October 1988.
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