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Trade and Business in Harare (Zimbabwe)

Foreign Trade and Business in Harare, Zimbabwe, Chitungwiza, Epworth (Southern Africa)

Harare is the administrative, political, economic and commercial capital of Zimbabwe (Southern Africa)

  1. Population of Harare: 1,6 million inhabitants
    1. Harare is the largest Zimbabwean city
    2. Agglomeration of Harare: 2,8 million inhabitants
  2. Harare is an important commercial centre (tobacco, corn, cotton)
  3. Main manufactured products in Harare: textiles, steel and chemical products
  4. Gold mines
  5. Economic impact of political and economic crisis
  6. The Economist Intelligence Unit magazine classified Harare as the least inhabitable city in the world (out of 140)

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Zimbabwe: Study Master Business Zimbabwean Students from Harare from Harare (Zimbabwe)

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

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Divine Ndhlukula

Divine Ndhlukula, Zimbabwean Businesswoman

  1. Harare is located in the north-west of Zimbabwe (Mashonaland)
  2. Officially called Salisbury until 1982
  3. Zimbabwean Province: Harare
    1. Cities: Chitungwiza and Epworth
  4. Elevation of Harare: 1,490 metres
  5. Climate of Harare: subtropical highlands
  6. Catholic Archdiocese of Harare
  7. 1890: foundation of Fort Salisbury (Harare, History of Zimbabwe)

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Transport and Logistics in Harare - Zimbabwe
  1. Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport
  2. Distance from Harare to Bulawayo: 439 kilometres by Road
  3. National Roads:
    1. R1: Harare-Masvingo-Beitbridge
    2. R2: Harare-Bulawayo-Plumtree
    3. R3: Harare-Chirundu
    4. R4: Harare-Nyamapanda
    5. R5: Harare-Mutare
  4. Port of Beira (Mozambique), 559 kilometres
  5. Port of Durban (South Africa): 1,674 kilometres
  6. Access to the North-South Corridor
  7. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

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Sifiso Dabengwa

Sifiso Dabengwa Zimbabwean Businessman

Strive Masiyiwa

Strive Masiyiwa (Zimbabwean Businessman)

Higher Education in Zimbabwe

  1. University of Zimbabwe
  2. Institute of Technology of Harare

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