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Zimbabwe Prezi.

Zimbabwe Information
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Introducing Zimbabwe Political Technology Zimbabwe's climate varies and depends upon the altitude. Zimbabwe has a Parliamentary Democracy led by Robert Mugabe, who has led for three decades. Technology in Zimbabwe is able to be reached by some of the population. Economic Zimbabwe is the country that has the worlds largest waterfall in it;
Victoria Falls. Social Thanks for visiting Zimbabwe! More than 56% of the population live in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare. photo courtesy to: www.fareway.com One Zimbabwean dollar is equivalent to 1.36 U.S. dollars, or .74 Euros. photo courtesy to: www.telegraph.co.uk The colors represent the history, present time, and commercial industry. photo courtesy to: www.moblog.whmsoft.net Zimbabwe is 50% part Christian and Indigenous Beliefs, Christian 25%, Indigenous 24%, and 1% Muslim and others. photo courtesy to: www.slidestaxx.com Zimbabwe has an adult literacy rate of 90%, the highest in Africa. In other words 90% of Zimbabwe's adults are educated. photo courtesy to: www.hatefsvoice.worldpress.com photo courtesy to: travlang.com photo courtesy to: style.time.com photo courtesy to: vidiani.com The government in Zimbabwe is set up with three main branches Executive, Legislative and Judicial. photo courtesy to: www.guardian.co.uk photo courtesy to: www.mifsud.blogspot.com Zimbabwe has many minerals and natural resources, some including the most valued in the world. Only 82% of Zimbabwe's population has access to clean drinking water. The growing rate of mobile technology has made many improvements. Environment photo courtesy to: www.Zimbabweholidays.com photo courtesy to:www.joshweinstein.worldpress.com photo courtesy to: www.cafud.org.uk photo courtesy to: www.talkzimbabwe.com photo courtesy to: www.techzim.com.zw photo courtesy to: www.emirates.com photo courtesy to: wexas.com photo courtesy to: www.redrave.blogspot.com photo courtesy to: www.the goldenspiral.org photo courtesy to:www.pictures.blogspot.com On September 12, 1923 Rhodesia, known today as Zimbabwe, becomes a self governing country. photo courtesy to:www.smspostcard.blogspot.com History photo courtesy to: www.amazon.com Geography: Zimbabwe is located in southeastern Africa, and borders with Botswana, South Africa, Zambia, and Mozambique. photo courtesy to: www.marxist.com photo courtesy to: www.cntraveler.com Zimbabwe's most common land features include high central plateaus, mountains and tropical forests. photo courtesy to: www.stayz.com.au Ethnicity Trading Partnership: African: 98%.
(82% Shona, 14% Ndebele, and 2% other races) South Africa: 72.7% China: 26.1% Democratic Republic of the Congo: 11.7% Asian and mixed: 1% White: less than 1% Botswana: 10.5% Italy: 6.1% Exports Imports Trade Platinum, tobacco, gold, textiles, clothing, cotton, and ferroalloys. 2.932 billion dollars is spent on Zimbabwe exports Zimbabwe's main imports include machinery and transport equipment, manufactures, chemicals, fuels and food products. Imports are more frequent than exports in Zimbabwe. Mobile Technology Improvements: About 80%, of those who live in Zimbabwe cannot reach electrical power. Zimbabwe Power: -Internet:10.9%
-Telephones:54%
-Cellphones:54%
-Electricity:20%
Alternative fuels:50% -Banking
-Farming
-Health Care
-Education More than 68% of Zimbabwean people live in poverty and have no electrical power. Zimbabwe History: On March 2, 1990 Rhodesia declares itself as Republic. 1979 1990 On May 31, 1979,
Rhodesia proclaims their independence. On April 18, 1980, Great Britain gives Rhodesia their official name of Zimbabwe. 1980 Presidency Legislative Branch. Judicial Branch Citizens participate very little in government and hold only a few rights, including the right to vote. Helps to create/make laws for the government and citizens. Zimbabwe spends 3.8% of their GDP is spent on military. The Zimbabwe National Army The Zimbabwe Defense Force The Air Force of Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Republic of Police. The Four Branches of Military China is Zimbabwe's greatest ally, followed closely behind with South Africa. Nigeria, Libya and
the United States are some of Zimbabwe's
greatest enemies. Allies and Enemies There has been a growing list of enemies of Zimbabwe for as long as it became independent. Zimbabwe is
included in: United Nations UNICEF Bill of Rights. -the right of petition
-freedom from cruel an unusual punishments -death penalty
-corporal punishment -clean food/water.
-health
-education
-education is needed in both societies for an advance in technology. United States Zimbabwe Executive Branch Helps to enforce the laws created to the people. Helps the government to interpret the laws that are created and enforced. Zimbabwe once belonged to the country Great Britain, along with many other African Countries. Climate: Landscape: Natural Resources: -Zimbabwe has a tropical climate that creates a lot of rainfall. -The average rainfall can increase to 24~40 inches per year. -Because of the rainfall average in Zimbabwe, there are many tropical forests. -Zimbabwe also holds 60% of the worlds agricultural farming on plateaus. Zimbabwe contains a variety of natural resources but the most commonly found are: -chromium ore
-coal -natural gases.
-copper
-gold Economy: Zimbabwe Economy Facts: Houses: Flag History: Dependency: -Because most people live in Zimbabwe's capital, rural community houses are unsteady and unstable. -Houses can be made of brick, mud, or twigs, that are topped with a thatched metal roof. photo courtesy to: masangodema.org photo courtesy to: financialjesus.com Each color on the flag represents a different meaning: Green: agriculture and rural community Yellow: wealth in minerals Red: blood shed to become a country Black: heritage and ethnicity White: peace and unity Bird: most important national monument grwglobal.com Zimbabwe is dependent on skeptic donors, South Africa (55.4%) and China (9.2%). Without these people, Zimbabwe would be short on food/water supplies, and numerous natural resources. South Africa: photo courtesy to: cfni.com photo courtesy to: paradiseintheworld.com China: photo courtesy to: paradiseintheworld.com Zimbabwe
Ranking: In the world: Worldwide Freedom Rank: Around Africa: Zimbabwe is ranked as 134 out of 196 countries, in the world wide economics. Zimbabwe places 31 in their part of the world (Africa), out of 54 African countries. Zimbabwe places as 175 of 196
countries in the world, to be named free. photo courtesy to: enwikipedia.com photo courtesy to: wikipedia.com photo courtesy to: enwikipedia.com Trade Routes: Features: Land Features: Zimbabwe is filled with multiple rivers including: -Zambezi River -Luenha River (Ruenya) -Mazowe River Zimbabwe is about the size of Montana, with 390,580 kilometers squared. Zimbabwe is filled with deserts, basins, and valleys as well. photo courtesy to: enwikipedia.com Zambezi river: photo courtesy to: enwikipedia.com Montana: Parts of Zimbabwe's geography wreak havoc during trade, for every process is slowed. Zimbabwe National Anthem: Prezi created by: Examples: enwikipedia.com Halle Cole Colin Fink Claudia Roma Rachel Huttner Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe:
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