capital of Zimbabwe

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Synonyms for capital of Zimbabwe

the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe

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The former army officer was arrested in March 2004 along with 61 other suspected coup plotters when their aircraft landed in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.
To show an example of what can happen when a government tries to shape the ebb and flow of an economy, we look at the extreme situation in Harare (see A hedge against chaos in Zimbabwe), capital of Zimbabwe, where hyperinflation of 150,000 percent has killed business investment but has surprisingly kept property markets humming.
An election agent checks the seals on a ballot box in Domboshawa, a rural district outside Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, April 19.
The UB/UZ program early on established a pharmacology support laboratory in Harare, capital of Zimbabwe and home of its university, in order to work together on projects with the UB Pharmacotherapy Research Center (PRC), where Morse serves as director and leads a team of several scientists and lab staff members.
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.
When he was about five years old, Taurai visited his cousin in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, and learned to make wire cars.
The ECB lodged the submission to the technical committee of the World Cup following two pleas from the 15-man squad that their opening match, scheduled for the capital of Zimbabwe where civil unrest is high, be moved.
At its last assembly, and celebrating its 50th anniversary, the World Council of Churches came to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.
lPartick Thistle midfielder Quinton Jacobs will head next week for trouble-torn Harare, capital of Zimbabwe.