Gatooma

Gatooma

 

a city on the Bulawayo-Salisbury railroad in Southern Rhodesia. Population, 16,700 (1967), including 2,400 Europeans. The city is the center of a gold-mining region and the focus of the country’s cotton industry. Gatooma has clothing, metalworking, and flour-milling industries.

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Twelve others, including Marshall's wife Rachel, 32, were found guilty of abuse at the Veilstone, and Gatooma homes in Bideford and Holsworthy, Devon.
30) Apart from gaining farming experience, especially as maize farmers, contact with the farms where they got wages, and with the cash economy and towns such as Que Que and Gatooma, also influenced other aspects of their lives such as clothing and diet.
Twelve others, including Marshall's wife Rachel, 32, were found Veilstone, and Gatooma homes in Bideford and Holsworthy, Devon.