Population of main cities (including suburbs):
Harare (1,485,300); Bulawayo (653,400); Chitungwiza (356,900); Mutare (186,200); Epworth (167,500); Gweru (154,900); Kwekwe (100,900); Kadoma (91,700); Masvingo (87,900)
About 98% of the population is of African descent, including predominantly Shona (82%) and Ndebele (14%) peoples. The rest of the population (2%) includes people of Asian, European or mixed ethnic origins. (Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency
English, Shona, Ndebele
Other Languages Spoken:
Chewa, Kimbundu, Tswana and many other tribal languages.
The majority of Zimbabweans profess ancestral beliefs. The mwari worship, an animist monotheistic belief system, prevails in the country at least since the heyday of Great Zimbabwe. Although 40 to 50% of the population attend Christian churches regularly, there is in fact a syncretic practice of christianism and traditional beliefs.
It is %T:%M %A In Harare
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National Currency: American Dollar - accepted in the context of the multi-currency framework (USD)
Type of State:
Zimbabwe is a democratic republic.
Type of Economy:
The lowest GDP growth rate and the highest rate of inflation.
HDI (World Rank):
Note: (*) The HDI, Human Development Index, is an Indicator Which Synthesizes Several Data Such as Life Expectancy, Level of Education, Professional Careers, Access to Culture etc.
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7.1 per 100 Inhabitants
2.3 per 100 Inhabitants
17.1 per 100 Inhabitants
Access to Electricity:
40.46% of the Population
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