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Trade and Business in Bulawayo (Zimbabwe)

Business in Bulawayo (former Zimbabwean industrial centre, Master) Ndebele, Zimbabwe

Bulawayo (the City of Kings) is the capital of the Bulawayo province of Zimbabwe (Southern Africa)

  1. Population of Bulawayo: 1.2 million inhabitants
    1. Bulawayo is the second Zimbabwean city after Harare
  2. Bulawayo was the Zimbabwean industrial centre
  3. Deindustrialisation process in Bulawayo
  4. Main industries in Bulawayo: textiles and footwear
  5. Headquarters of the National Railways of Zimbabwe
  6. Main ethnic group in Bulawayo: Ndebele
  7. Bulawayo = KoBulawayo «the place where he was killed» in Ndebele language
  8. Bulawayo is near the borders of South Africa and Botswana

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Zimbabwe: Study, Master, Doctorate (Online) Zimbabwean Students from Bulawayo from Bulawayo (Zimbabwe)

  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
  2. Doctorates: African Business, Global Logistics, World Trade

Zimbabwean Students from Bulawayo

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North-South Corridor: Botswana, the DR Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

Transport and Logistics in Bulawayo - Zimbabwe
  1. Bulawayo station of the Harare-Gaborone (Botswana) line
  2. Distance from Harare to Bulawayo: 439 kilometres by Road R2 (Harare-Bulawayo-Plumtree)
  3. Road R9: Beitbridge-Bulawayo- Victoria Falls
  4. Railway: Beitbridge-Bulawayo
  5. Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport
  6. Access to the Port of Beira (Mozambique): 726 kilometres
  7. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor
  8. Access to the African Corridors
    1. North-South Corridor
    2. Cairo-Gaborone Corridor

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  1. Zimbabwean Province: Bulawayo
  2. Climate of Bulawayo: subtropical
  3. Bulawayo is close to the Zambezi and Limpopo Basins
  4. National Parks of Bulawayo: Hwange and Matobo
  5. Victoria Falls
  6. 1840: foundation of Bulawayo by King Ndebele, Lobhengul (History of Zimbabwe)

Higher Education in Bulawayo - Zimbabwe

  1. Polytechnic College of Bulawayo
  2. University of the State of Gwanda, Gwanda
  3. University of the State of Lupane, Lupane
  4. National University of Science and Technology
  5. Solusi University
  6. College of Distance Education of Zimbabwe (Zdeco)
  7. Open University of Zimbabwe
  8. Catholic University of Zimbabwe
  9. Zimbabwean School of Mines

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