Synonyms for zvishavane or Related words with zvishavane

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Examples of "zvishavane"
It comprises Zvishavane-Ngezi and Zvishavane-Runde.
Zvishavane Airport is a private airport in Zvishavane, Zimbabwe.
Zvishavane is just off the road at the junction of this Masvingo-Mbalabala Highway and the Gweru-Zvishavane Highway.
• The fourth junction is at Zvishavane turn-off where it intersects with A18 Highway that runs from Gweru to Zvishavane. ( )
Zvishavane District is home of Zvishavane Town which developed from an abestos mine compound into a town.
Runde Rural District Council is Zvishavane Rural District local government arm taking care of the rural district while Zvishavane Town Council administers the urban district.
The P7 part connects Masvingo with Mashava, Zvishavane, Filabusi. It ends at Mbalabala where it forms a T-junction with A6 to link with Gwanda, Esigodini and Bulawayo. At Zvishavane P7 intersects with A18 Highway that runs from Gweru to Zvishavane.
Zvishavane District has two local government arms, Zvishavane Town Council created under the Zimbabwe Urban Councils Act, Chapter 29.15 and Runde RDC created in terms of the Zimbabwe Rural District Councils Act, Chapter 29.13.
The road runs through the chrome mining town of Shurugwi to the asbestos famous Zvishavane mines.
Zvishavane District is one of the eight districts in Midlands Province of Zimbabwe.
The population of Zvishavane has grown substantially in recent decades due to a boom in mining activity.
Zvishavane District is run by two local government organs, the rural district council and the urban council.
The Zvishavane Town Council, established in terms of the Zimbabwe Urban Councils Act, Chapter 29.15, administers the urban district.
A18 Road is a national road running from Gweru to Zvishavane/A9 Highway junction in central Zimbabwe. It begins in Gweru at the roundabout where 7th Street ends. and ends at the intersection with A9/P7 Highway just after Zvishavane town.
In Masvingo the A9 Highway crosses from the left, (the Mutare via Birchenough Bridge end) to the right to Mashava, Zvishavane, Filabusi and Mbalabala.
FC Platinum is a Zimbabwean football club based in Zvishavane, Midlands Province, and playing in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.
When travelling to Kariba from any place around Kadoma, Kwekwe, Gweru, Zvishavane or even Bulawayo, this is the shortest and fastest link road.
Shabanie Mine is a Zimbabwean football club based in Zvishavane. They play in the top division of Zimbabwean football, the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.
Zvishavane (known until 1982 as Shabani) is a mining town in Midlands Province, Zimbabwe. Surrounded by low hills, it lies west of Masvingo, on the main Bulawayo-Masvingo road. Other roads lead from Zvishavane to Gweru, north, and Mberengwa, south-west. It is also on direct rail links to Gweru and Beit Bridge which then link up with Harare and Bulawayo in Zimbabwe and to Maputo in Mozambique, and Pretoria in South Africa. It has a private airport serving the city.
The road begins in Mutare and goes through Nyanyadzi, Birchnough Bridge, Nyika, Masvingo, Mashava, Zvishavane, Filabusi then Mbalabala where it joins the (A6) Bulawayo-Beit Bridge Highway near the 61.5 km peg.