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Edward Chikwana

on 20 January 2010

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Transcript of Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe History Education & Language Tourism CULTURE Harare British Colonial Rule(1888-1965 Rhodesia (Cecil John Rhodes UDI Unilateral Declaration of
Independence (1965) Independence, April 18, 1980 Changed name to Zimbabwe Three main cultures Shona - 82% (original Occupants) Ndebele - 14 %
(Zulu Settlers from South Africa) Western (mostly in large cities) Religion Christians (75%) Indigenous (24%) Other (1%) Catholic, Methodist
SDA, Episcopal (Anglican) English 90% (official Language) Shona (90%)
Ndebele (20%)
British School System Primary (7 yrs)
High School (4+2)
University Kumusha Politics Economy 1980 - Z$1=US$1.5
1990 - US$1=Z$11
2000 - US$1= Z$26
2002 - US$1=Z$56 2009
Feb 1 - US$1=Z$50,000,000,000,000 Gov't of National Unity
Feb 16 - US$1 = Z$53 Dollarization
US 1 cent = Z$50,000,000,000
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