Synonyms for shamva or Related words with shamva

marondera              bindura              gwanda              chipinge              mutoko              chikomba              zvimba              mkushi              chegutu              murehwa              ruiru              chingola              nkayi              londiani              wedza              shurugwi              chikwawa              molepolole              luveve              dedza              goromonzi              nsuta              mutare              runyenjes              serowe              monze              githunguri              mumbwa              solwezi              buhera              umlazi              ntchisi              chiredzi              manicaland              mahalapye              bikita              masvingo              chinhoyi              zvishavane              chivhu              kitui              chitungwiza              guruve              kasungu              bungoma              lilongwe              mazowe              gweru              hurungwe              ibanda             



Examples of "shamva"
Shamwa has one of the richest gold mines in Zimbabwe called Shamva gold mine. It is located 60km NW of Harare. Schools in Shamva include Chindunduma, madziva Wadzanai secondary schools. DAPP Humana People to People head office is In Shamva.
Shamva is one of seven districts in the Mashonaland Central province of Zimbabwe. The district capital is the village of Shamva.
The road runs through Chief Bushu's location to Madziwa Mine 23 km past Shamva.
The highway is used most by traffic serving Harare, Shamva and Madziwa Mines.
At Shamva the railway line from Bindura protrudes from the right but doesn't meet with the highway.
Cotton, maize, tobacco, soyabeans, tropical fruits are grown in the area. The village has a brewery, a grain depot and a cotton ginnery. Gold is mined at Shamva Mine (2 km away) and the Madziwa Mine produces gold and nickel.
A13 Highway is a buzy road in Zimbabwe running from Enterprise Road, Harare to Shamva, Madziwa Mine and through to Gora Turn-off on the A11 Highway towards Wimbo Shrine, Mt Darwin.
Makamba was born in the Shamva District of Zimbabwe (then Southern Rhodesia). Makamba was the youngest of ten children of Jinja Makamba a retired police officer and Veronica Mudungwe.
After Shamva town, the tar road narrows to one lane, this is only for a section of approximately 2 km and there is another 1 km narrow section further on. The remainder of the main road is wide tar.
Shamva is a village in the province of Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe. It is located in the Mazowe valley about 90 km north-east of Harare. It is an area with fertile soils hence there is high farming activity.According to the 1982 Population Census, the village had a population of 4,617. People have been living in this area before European settlers came in.The village was established in 1895 when gold was discovered in the area. It was originally known as Abercorn but was changed to avoid confusion with Abercorn (now Mbala) in Zambia. The name Shamva is derived from Tsamvi a tree common in that region. Early settlers could not pronounce "Tsamvi" hence changed it to Shamva. In the First Chimurenga many of the settlers died in an attack on the village. The railway arrived in the town in 1913.It is also where many African people died in fight for the struggle of independence.
The main schools in the area are Wadzanai Primary School and Wadzanai Secondary School which are run by the Shamva district council. They are both located in Wadzanai Township.
Macheso was born in 1968 in Shamva, 90 kilometres to the north of Harare, to parents of Malawian origin - a fact that was to inspire him to be able to speak and sing in five languages - Shona, Chichewa, Sena, Venda and Lingala. Growing on a farm, especially before Zimbabwe's Independence from Britain in 1980, the environment did not offer him many opportunities. In 1983, at the youthful age of 15, he left the farm compounds of Shamva to head for the dizzy lights of Harare.
Previously, it fell within the breadbasket region (from Banket - Shamva) where much of foodstuffs and the golden leaf were being produced. Majority of Mvurwians are small scale farmers who rely on the agro-based economy. The industry sector has to be improved in future, currently it has got Delta Beverage brewing company and Mashonaland Tobacco Sales to mention a few.
When the Rozvi Empire was folding the children of Dhewa Basvi moved northwards from Bikita into some parts of Manicaland, Midlands, Masvingo and all Mashonaland Provinces. Some of them include Chiduku, Tandi, Ruzane, Samuriwo, Negomo, Nyamweda, Sai (Gokwe),Gumunyu, Musarurwa, Mumbengegwi, Gono ( descendents of Kuredzamuswe in Shamva).
The A13 Highway begins from Enterprise Road, 21 km from Harare and 200 metres past Enterprise Toll Plaza. Here Enterprise Road sends out two roads in a "Y" junction formation; the A2 to the right hand to Nyamapanda and the A13 Highway turning left towards Shamva.
He chose Makamba to be one of his partners in businesses in Shamva and Bindura where Makamba would be elected to the Bindura Council. Makamba was later elected to the position of Town Board Chairman (akin to a mayor). He was then elected ZANU-PF Provincial Chairman for Mashonaland Central Province and later Member of Parliament for Mount Darwin constituency in 1995.
A vast majority of the population survives through gold panning. The area is rich in alluvial gold and most of it is found along the Mazowe basin. Gold panning is the greatest threat to the environment in the area. Shamva residents get their water supply from Mazowe river which runs about 5 km from Wadzanai Township.
Utzon has also been active in the developing countries. Working for the Tvind concern, he built the Shamva, Zimbabwe, headquarters for the Humana People to People organisation, as well as a large training and conference centre at San Juan de las Pulgas near Ensenada in Mexico's Baja California (2008).
Madziwa Mine is a village that grew up next to a gold mine of the same name in the province of Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe. It is located 32 km north of Shamva and about 100 km north-west of Harare. According to the 1982 Population Census, the village had a population of 4,617. The main mineral mined at Madziwa is nickel.
Goche was the ZANU-PF candidate for the House of Assembly seat from Shamva North constituency in the March 2008 parliamentary election. He won by an overwhelming margin, receiving 10,385 votes against two MDC opponents, Chimombe Godfree and Matibiri Anderson, who respectively received 1,354 and 1,173 votes.