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Gweru

(gwā`ro͞o), formerly

Gwelo

(gwā`lō), city (1992 pop. 128,037), central Zimbabwe. Founded in 1894, it is an industrial, mining, and commercial center. Manufactures include footwear, ferroalloys, metal goods, and cement.

Gweru

a city in central Zimbabwe. Pop.: 140 000 (2005 est.)
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The Gweru motorists are severely criticizing the City Council for its existing parking system, and alleged that it goes on vehicle clamping arbitrarily.
(1989), Figurative Language In Shona Discourse, Gweru: Mambo Press.
Traditional Ceremonies of AmaNdebele Mambo Press: Gweru 2001
(1985), The Traditional Medical Practitioner in Zimbabwe, Mambo Press: Gweru, Zimbabwe.
According to Company's CEO Denny Marandure, already the development of infrastructure required for the launch of data network was in progress in Bulawayo, Gweru and Mutare.
Company's CEO Denny Marandure said the construction of necessary infrastructure to roll out data network was ongoing in Bulawayo, Gweru and Mutare.
The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has identified several fuel holding stations and garages that have been emitting waste into underground drinking water systems supplying more than 150,000 locals of Gweru and areas of Midlands province.
Major cities in Zimbabwe including Harare, Bulawayo and Gweru has been suffering from perennial water shortages due to increasing demand in the cities, poor water infrastructure and shortage of water treatment chemicals over the years.
(1973) The Genuine Shona: Survival Values of an African Culture : Gweru, Mambo Press.
Cet appel a ete motive par la decision de la Police de la Republique du Zimbabwe (ZRP) d'interdire les manifestations contre la degradation de l'economie et de la vie politique dans les villes de Bulawayo, Harare, et Gweru. La ZRP a egalement interdit mardi les manifestations prevues mercredi dans la ville de Masvingo.
EPIRP II is being implemented in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru, Kwekwe, Mutare and Hwange with a combined population of five million people.