capital of Zimbabwe

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the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe

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In front of me was a view of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, and I recognized the spot because it looked so much the same, yet the fortunes of the people who lived there had changed beyond recognition.
What was the name of the capital of Zimbabwe before it was changed to Harare in 1982?
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.
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.
During the 10-year civil war in Sierra Leone, Eddy spent some time in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, where she fought local police and others who threatened her because she was a lesbian.
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.
As recent as October 1991, community leaders from a highly populated suburb of Harare, capital of Zimbabwe, formed a drug prevention group among city school pupils to fight drug abuse and drug trafficking.
Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, was until the 1980s known by what name?