Synonyms for zvimba or Related words with zvimba

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Examples of "zvimba"
The Zvimba chieftainship was founded by Neuteve Chihobvu who migrated from Guru Uswa. When he arrived in the area now known as Zvimba he complained that his feet were swollen, (Nda zvimba makumbo). He was thereafter called Zvimba. The land now called Zvimba then belonged to the Rozvi tribe then headed by Tambare. Tambare allocated the land to Neuteve (Zvimba). Neuteve became the first chief Zvimba.
Zvimba District is a district in Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe.
A fair number of primary and secondary schools are located in Zvimba District, the most well-known being a private, selective school called Cornway College in Mt. Hampden on the outskirts of Zvimba and in very close proximity to Harare.
The road passes through Msengezi Purchase Area, Zvimba Communal Land and Chitombarwizi Purchase Area before reaching Chinhoyi.
Zvimba District is primarily a farming and ranching district. Crops raised include tobacco, maize and cotton. Cattle are raised for dairy products and beef.
It falls in the Zvimba North Political District and the current Member of Parliament (2013-2018) is cde Ignatius Chombo who is also a cabinet Minister.
Major bridges on this road across the Mupfure River, Msengezi river on the border of Msengezi Purchase Area with Zvimba Communal Land.
Walter Chidakwa is the Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of State Enterprise and Parastatals. He is the Member of House of Assembly for Zvimba South (ZANU-PF).
Through determination and aptitude Colleen won world acclaim. She died on May 31, 2009 and is buried near her rural home in Zvimba.
The rapid growth of her church necessitated a move first to Mount Dangare in the Zimunya Communal Lands near Umtali (now Mutare, in eastern Zimbabwe) in 1956, and subsequently to Zvimba District north-west of Harare, in 1960. It was at Zvimba that Mai Chaza died on 26 December 1960. According to legend, she disappeared from her coffin as it was being lowered into the grave, thus fulfilling her statement that she would "not have a grave here on earth".
Kutama is a town in the Zvimba District of Mashonaland West Province in Zimbabwe. The town is home to Kutama College and was the birthplace of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe.
Kutama College previously known as (St Francis Xavier College) is an all-boys high school located near the town of Norton in the Zvimba area, 80 kilometres southwest of the Zimbabwean capital Harare.
Kutama College (officially St Francis Xavier College), is a Catholic, independent, boarding, high school located near Norton in the Zvimba area, 80 kilometres southwest of Harare. Kutama has a student population of about 900 pupils.
The recount was completed in Zvimba North on 23 April. Results on 25 April showed ZANU-PF candidate Ignatius Chombo, who had won in the initial count for Zvimba North, retaining the seat with an increased margin: he gained 155 votes, while MDC (Tsvangirai) candidate Ernest Mudimu gained 13 votes and MDC (Mutambara) candidate Shelton Magama lost 28 votes. Some ballots that had not been included in the initial count were found and included in the recount total. Meanwhile, recount results for the Zvimba Senate seat showed the winner of the initial count, ZANU-PF candidate Virginia Muchenje, retaining the seat; her total increased by 261 votes, while MDC (Tsvangirai) candidate Fidelis Chiramba's total increased by 295.
In addition to the Murombedzi Town Council offices, the town is the location of the district headquarters of Zvimba District. The areas within the district include Murombedzi, the district capital, and Chirau (the former "Tribal Trust Lands") along with Muengezi and Chitomborwizi. Banket, another small town, lies about , southeast of Chinhoyi on the road to Harare.
Guta raJehovah or Guta ra Jehovah (English: City of Jehovah) is a church in Zvimba, Zimbabwe, approximately one hundred miles from the capital Harare. It is also known as the City of God. The Church was founded by Mai Chaza in 1954. It was originally a Methodist church and healing center, but is now an independent body, with some links to Methodism.
Sabina Mugabe was born on 14 October 1934 at the Kutama Roman Catholic Mission, which was run by Jesuits of the Rome-based Marist Order, in the Zvimba District 50 miles northwest of Harare, to a Malawian born father Gabriel Matibili and a Shona mother Bona.
Rungano was born in 1963 in Harare, Zimbabwe. Her father, who was Roman Catholic, ran a business in Zvimba District. She was educated at Catholic boarding schools near her hometown, before moving to the United Kingdom to study management and computer science. In 1979, having gained a diploma in computer science, she returned to Zimbabwe and worked at the Harare Scientific Computing Centre.
The district is located in Mashonaland West Province, in central northern Zimbabwe. Chegutu District is bordered by Kadoma District to the south and west, Zvimba District to the north and to the east, lies Mazoe District in Mashonaland Central Province. Its main town, Chegutu, is located about , by road, southwest of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe and the largest city in that country.
The district is located in Mashonaland West Province, in central northern Zimbabwe. Zvimba District is bordered by Guruve District to the north, Mazowe District to the east, the city of Harare to the southeast, Chegutu District to the south, Kadoma District to the southwest and Makonde District to the west and northwest.