Harare

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Synonyms for Harare

the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe

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1) Institute of Food, Nutrition and Family Sciences, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe
Comparison of two active case-finding strategies for community-based diagnosis of symptomatic smear-positive tuberculosis and control ofinfectioustuberculosis in Harare, Zimbabwe (DETECTB): a cluster-randomised trial.
In ZOL's case, bandwidth acquired in Paris and London, is virtually delivered in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The offer also applies to the fare of USD10,075 round-trip which is available to Windhoek, Namibia; Gabarone, Botswana; Lusaka, Zambia; Maputo, Mozambique; and Harare, Zimbabwe.
HIGH RISK: A youngster carries a child on her back through a stream of polluted water in Harare, Zimbabwe, yesterday
The 34-year-old author, who was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, will be at the library from 4.
ADVERT An opposition election banner in downtown Harare, Zimbabwe.
Fresh bid for power: President Mugabe votes in Harare, Zimbabwe, where he has held power for 28 years; Fraud fears: Man cycles past opposition billboard
HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Anglicans in the capital of Zimbabwe were unable to attend Sunday Eucharist on September 10 due to the wedding anniversary of their bishop, Nolbert Kunonga.
PO BOX 3831 Harare, Zimbabwe E: harare@ cimaglobal.
PhytoTrade Africa, Harare, Zimbabwe, and Afriplex, Paarl, South Africa, have joined forces to provide a range of unique African plant extracts.
When I did my initial training in Harare, Zimbabwe, in 2003, I met women who came from all areas of the country.
Bearing placards proclaiming "The power of love can conquer the love of power", a group of activists from Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) marched through the streets of Harare, Zimbabwe, on Valentine's Day to demand democratic and violence-free elections in March.
Tucker also provides a staggering story of war, hatred, disease and corruption he covered as a correspondent half a continent away from his family in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Uscher also served as a consultant to a group of African artists creating a new college of the arts in Harare, Zimbabwe.