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Trade and Business in Zimbabwe, Harare

Foreign Trade and Business in Zimbabwe, Harare, Bulawayo, Chitungwiza, Mutare, Epworth, Gweru, Shona

The Republic of Zimbabwe is a Southern African landlocked country

  1. Zimbabwe: Ruins of the Great Zimbabwe in Shona language
  2. Harare is the administrative, economic and commercial capital of Zimbabwe and the largest Zimbabwean city
  3. Largest cities of Zimbabwe: Harare, Bulawayo, Chitungwiza, Mutare, Epworth, Gweru, Kwekwe, Kadoma, Masvingo and Chinhoyi
  4. Main Zimbabwean economic activity: Mining
    1. Large platinum and chromite's reserves
    2. Diamonds Fields (Marange)
    3. Metallona Corporation is the largest Zimbabwean gold producer
    4. Zimbabwean Natural Resources: diamonds, coal, asbestos, chrome and nickel
  5. Main Zimbabwean crops: cotton, tobacco, coffee and peanuts
  6. Main Zimbabwean exports minerals, gold and agriculture
  7. Tourism is a pillar of the Zimbabwean economy
  8. 2009: dollarization. Suspension of the Zimbabwean dollar, replaced by the American dollar
  9. 2014: eight legal currencies (US Dollar, South African Rand, pula of Botswana, British Pound, Australian Dollar, Chinese Yuan, Indian Rupee and Japanese Yen)
  10. Borders of Zimbabwe: South Africa (225 kilometres), Botswana (813 kilometres), Mozambique (1.231 kilometres) and Zambia (Lusaka, 797 kilometres)
    1. The north-west corner of Zimbabwe is about 150 meters of Namibia (border of four countries).

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  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, Zimbabwean Businesswoman

  1. Zimbabwean population: 16,1 million Zimbabwean
    1. 1950: 2,7 million Zimbabwean
    2. 2000: 12,2 million
    3. Zimbabwean Population density: 26 inhabitants / km²
  2. Area of Zimbabwe: 390,580 km²
  3. Zimbabwe is between the Zambezi (Victoria Falls) and Limpopo rivers
  4. Most of Zimbabwe is formed by a central plateau (1,000 - 1,600 meters)
  5. The eastern tip of Zimbabwe (Eastern Highlands) is mountainous (Mount Nyangani: 2,592 meters)

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Sifiso Dabengwa (Businessman of Zimbabwe)

Sifiso Dabengwa Zimbabwean Businessman

  1. Zimbabwe is a military dictatorship (presidential Republic)
  2. Independence of Zimbabwe: 1965 (the United Kingdom)
  3. Zimbabwe = Southern Rhodesia (1898), Rhodesia (1965) and Zimbabwe Rhodesia (1979). History of Zimbabwe
  4. Zimbabwean Calling code: 263
  5. Zimbabwean Code top-level domain: .zw
  6. Currency of Zimbabwe: Dollar and ZAR (South African Rand)

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Strive Masiyiwa (Businessman of Zimbabwe)

Strive Masiyiwa (Zimbabwean Businessman)

The eight provinces of Zimbabwe are:

Study Business Provinces of Zimbabwe (master business), source: Mangwanani

Province / capital / Area (km²) / population (million inhabitants):

  1. Bulawayo / Bulawayo / 845 / 1.2
  2. Harare / Harare / 961 / 2.1
  3. Manicaland / Mutare / 36,459 / 1.7
  4. Mashonaland Central / Bindura / 28,347 / 1.1
  5. Mashonaland East / Marondera / 32,230 / 1.3
  6. Mashonaland West / Chinhoyi / 57,441 / 1.5
  7. Masvingo / Masvingo / 56,566 / 1.5
  8. Matabeleland North / Lupane / 75,025 / 0.7
  9. Matabeleland South / Gwanda / 54,172 / 0.6
  10. Midlands / Gweru / 49,166 / 1.6

Trade Organisations (Zimbabwe)

  1. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  2. U.S.-COMESA Agreement
  3. Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  4. COMESA-EAC-SADC Agreement
  5. United Kingdom-Mauritius-Seychelles-Zimbabwe Free Trade Agreement
  6. Namibia-Zimbabwe Free Trade Agreement
  7. European Union-Eastern and Southern African States (Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Zimbabwe) Free Trade Agreement
  8. Global System of Trade Preferences
  9. Conference on the Great Lakes Region (guest member country)

Southern African Development Community (SADC) Customs and Trade Facilitation

  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  4. Economic Commission for Africa

COMESA Custom Union

Zimbabwean ethnicities:

Bantu ethnic groups represent 98% of the Zimbabwean population. The main Bantu groups are:

  1. Shona (70% of the population)
  2. Ndebele (20% of the population, Zulu migrations of the 19th century)
  3. Other Bantu ethnic groups are Venda, Tonga, Shangaan, Kalanga, Sotho, Ndau, Nambya, Tswana, Xhosa and Lozi.

Religions in Zimbabwe

  1. Christianity (80% of the Zimbabwean)
    1. Protestants
    2. Catholics
  2. Traditional African Religions
    1. Mbira dzavadzimu (the voice of the ancestors)

Languages of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has 16 official languages

  1. Bantu languages Shona (70% of the population) and Sindebele (20% of the population) are the main Zimbabwean languages.
  2. Other minority languages Bantus are Venda, Tsonga, Shangaan, Kalanga, Sotho, Ndau and Nambya
  3. English is used in education and judicial system

Customs procedures in Zimbabwe

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