Harare

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Synonyms for Harare

the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe

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Pregnant women presenting at two antenatal clinics in Harare, Zimbabwe, were included in the study.
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.
HARARE, ZIMBABWE * Zimbabwe is in a "serious humanitarian crisis" with villagers surviving on wild berries and appealing for food aid that is not coming, the head of Christian Care in the southern African country has charged.
February 4, 2009 (HARARE) -- South Sudan's Minister of Regional Cooperation Barnaba Marial Benjamin arrived in Harare, Zimbabwe on January 28, a spokesman disclosed, meeting with President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe on the following day.
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.
will collaborate with Michael Kudakwashe of Harare, Zimbabwe.
The 34-year-old author, who was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, will be at the library from 4.
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.
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.
Based in Harare, Zimbabwe, ACBF's mission is to foster and support sustainable human and institutional help for the impoverished in Africa.
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.
Mary, 71, from Harare, Zimbabwe, uses the gym for weight training twice a week.