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Synonyms for Harare

the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe

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We went to Pakistan, we are back and we are safe," Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase told reporters in Harare.
The areas to gain coverage include Ruwa, Norton, Ngezi and Zvishavane, plus the Harare suburbs of Mount Pleasant Heights, Mainway Meadows, Tynwald and Westgate.
They add on to his early life which saw him embark on educational travels to the Catholic Kutama College in Zvimba outside Harare, Marist Brothers in Hwange, Gweru for teacher training, and work-related travel as a teacher in rural Zimbabwe and a publishing editor in Harare.
The Harare International Festival of the Arts is now the largest cultural event in Zimbabwe and among the eight major festivals in Africa.
Harare Municipality director of health services Prosper Chonzi told Xinhua that the hospital was re-opened Wednesday and was now fully functional.
Harare is the capital city of Zimbabwe and like any major city in a developing country is experiencing rapid urbanisation.
From November 15, 2011, to November 15, 2012, we prospectively recruited persons suspected of having drug-resistant pulmonary TB within Harare (metropolitan population 2.
If the performance in the first Test is anything to go by, then Saeed could potentially over-take South Africa's second-ranked Vernon Philander if he delivers a similar performance in the second Test also starting in Harare, from September 10.
A total of five ODIs will be played - first three matches will be played at Harare Sports Club, Harare and the last two at Queens Sports Club.
Harare, Ramadan 7, 1434, Jul 16, 2013, SPA -- At least one person was killed Tuesday in a stampede at an election rally for Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, police said.
Dubai's international carrier said it will add more than 1,600 seats a week on its Lusaka and Harare routes when it introduces a Boeing 777-300ER on its daily flight from Dubai starting on February 1.
Dubai: Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing international airlines, will add more than 1,600 seats a week on its Lusaka and Harare routes when it introduces a Boeing 777-300ER on its daily flight from Dubai commencing 1st February 2013.
Summary: DUBAI - Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing international airlines, will add more than 1,600 seats-a-week on its Lusaka and Harare routes when it introduces a Boeing 777-300ER on its daily flight from Dubai commencing February 1.
Dubai-based Emirates has announced it will add more than 1,600 seats a week on its Lusaka and Harare routes when it introduces a Boeing 777-300ER on its daily flight from the emirate, starting February 1.