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Mainly above 2,000 feet, hence it has a warm and dry climate. It was formerly part of the British colony of Rhodesia and became independent in 1980. It grows cash crops (tobacco, cotton, sugar cane, tea, coffee) and is beginning to develop a strong manufacturing sector.
Population: 12 million. Languages: English, Shona, Ndebele. Main religions: traditional, Christian.
Correspondence team leader
CBM activities Usually two or three visits a year to ecclesias with one to coincide with AGM.
Ecclesias 23. Banket, Bindura, Bulawayo, Chegutu, Chinhoyi, Chipinge District (including Chipinge, Mutema,Rimbi, Tongogara Camp), Chisape, Chishumba, Guruve, Harare, Kamativi, Kariba, Kwekwe, Masvingo Rural, Masvingo Town, Mutare, Shurugwi, Triangle, Zumba, Zvishavane (about 380 members in total).
Picture story Fellowship in Zimbabwe (2009)
Picture story Hardships and blessings in Zimbabwe (2000)
Picture story Developments in Zimbabwe (1999)
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