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Zimbabwe By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
The Road to Zimbabwe By Brian Igoe
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This is the story of Zimbabwe - told as a series of dramatized adventures interspersed with just a little history. It covers the period from 1190 AD to the current year, 2013. Told in 3 parts,... More > Zambezia, takes us to around 1900; Rhodesia, to 1980, and Zimbabwe to the present day, 2013.< Less
History of Zimbabwe By Godfrey Mugoti
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History of Zimbabwe, Pre Colonial,Colonial History,Economic History,Land Reform,Politics of Zimbabwe,ZANU PF and MDC
Journals to Zimbabwe By Jeff Hickson
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Jeff's Missionary journals for the past 3 years to Zimbabwe (2004, 2005 & 2006) are combined in one book. The proceeds from this book will go to Cornerstone Bible Academy, Harare, Zimbabwe to... More > help send the pastors to school.< Less
The Road to Zimbabwe By Brian Igoe
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This is the story of Zimbabwe - told as a series of dramatized adventures interspersed with just a little history. It covers the period from 1190 AD to the current year, 2013. Told in 3 parts,... More > Zambezia, takes us to around 1900; Rhodesia, to 1980, and Zimbabwe to the present day, 2013.< Less
A Taste of Zimbabwe By Catherine May
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A selection of stories and poems reflecting a small sector of Zimbabwean life. This book touches on myth, wildlife, poaching, hunting, fishing and the ever favoured braai.
The Road to Zimbabwe By John & Nancy Blignaut
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Zimbabwe is in the news today and we were there at the last gasp of colonial rule, before the war of liberation swept away the old order. We were a young couple, Nancy, the American and John, the... More > South African, playing out our love story on a car trip through Rhodesia with two eccentric friends. Leigh Howard had a passion for all things Rhodesian and Yanni Christakos, as the older Greek student, styled himself as a world-weary sage who had seen it all. Nancy decided after years of aversion to convention, that she wanted to be married to John. As a college student, the idea of marriage had not even entered John’s consciousness. In this first person he-said/she-said memoir, we remember a journey through a country on the edge of change as we stumble through the first steps of a relationship that bridges two continents and two ways of life.< Less
Travel Journal Zimbabwe By E Locken
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Travel Journal Zimbabwe - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Zimbabwe, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
Zimbabwe, Land and the Dictator By Prince Mario
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ZIMBABWE The time has come to demand that Mugabe step aside Breaking the Silence, Building True Peace And Prosperity
ZIMBABWE CRY FOR HOPE By Prince Mario
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At the dawn of Independence, thousands of Zimbabweans trekked home from all corners of the globe where they had sought refuge from the brutal and oppressive regime of Ian Douglas Smith. The arrival... More > of Uhuru on April 18 1980, signaled the dawn of a new epoch; an era filled with hope for a prosper Zimbabwe which would respect the rights of all citizens irrespective of race or creed. However, beginning early 1990's, in despair, Zimbabweans once again began to trek back to all corners of the globe to seek refuge from another brutal and oppressive regime. Ironically, this time Zimbabweans are running away from one of their own; Robert Gabriel Mugabe, the freedom fighter-turned-dictator who has run down Zimbabwe into a basket case and is at the helm of one the most brutal and oppressive regimes to be recorded in World history.< Less