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Alternate Names: Robert D'Arcy David Lever. Edit page. The first recorded use of "Zimbabwe" as a term of national reference dates from as a coinage by the black nationalist Michael Mawema, [35] whose Zimbabwe National Party became the first to officially use the name in According to Mawema, black nationalists held a meeting in to choose an alternative name for the country, proposing names such as "Matshobana" and " Monomotapa " before his suggestion, "Zimbabwe", prevailed.

It was initially unclear how the chosen term was to be used—a letter written by Mawema in refers to "Zimbabweland" [36] — but "Zimbabwe" was sufficiently established by to become the generally preferred term of the black nationalist movement.

Major factions in this camp included the Zimbabwe African National Union led by Robert Mugabe from , and the Zimbabwe African People's Union led by Joshua Nkomo from its founding in the early s.

Archaeological records date human settlement of present-day Zimbabwe to at least , years ago [ citation needed ]. The earliest known inhabitants were probably San people , who left behind arrowheads and cave paintings.

The first Bantu-speaking farmers arrived during the Bantu expansion around 2, years ago. Societies speaking proto-Shona languages first emerged in the middle Limpopo valley in the 9th century before moving on to the Zimbabwean highlands.

The Zimbabwean plateau eventually became the centre of subsequent Shona states, beginning around the 10th century. Around the early 10th century, trade developed with Arab merchants on the Indian Ocean coast, helping to develop the Kingdom of Mapungubwe in the 11th century.

This was the precursor to the Shona civilisations that would dominate the region during the 13th to 15th centuries, evidenced by ruins at Great Zimbabwe , near Masvingo , and by other smaller sites.

The main archaeological site uses a unique dry stone architecture. The Kingdom of Mapungubwe was the first in a series of trading states which had developed in Zimbabwe by the time the first European explorers arrived from Portugal.

These states traded gold, ivory, and copper for cloth and glass. From about until the Kingdom of Zimbabwe eclipsed Mapungubwe. This Shona state further refined and expanded upon Mapungubwe's stone architecture, which survives to this day at the ruins of the kingdom's capital of Great Zimbabwe.

From c. This Shona state ruled much of the area of present-day Zimbabwe, plus parts of central Mozambique. It is known by many names including the Mutapa Empire , also known as Mwene Mutapa or Monomotapa as well as "Munhumutapa", and was renowned for its strategic trade routes with the Arabs and Portugal.

The Portuguese sought to monopolise this influence and began a series of wars which left the empire in near collapse in the early 17th century.

As a direct response to increased European presence in the interior a new Shona state emerged, known as the Rozwi Empire — Relying on centuries of military, political and religious development, the Rozwi meaning "destroyers" expelled the Portuguese from the Zimbabwean plateau [ when?

They continued the stone-building traditions of the Zimbabwe and Mapungubwe kingdoms while adding muskets to their arsenal and recruiting a professional army to defend recent conquests.

Around the Zulu general Mzilikazi of the Khumalo clan successfully rebelled against King Shaka and established his own clan, the Ndebele. The Ndebele fought their way northwards into the Transvaal , leaving a trail of destruction in their wake and beginning an era of widespread devastation known as the Mfecane.

When Dutch trekboers converged on the Transvaal in , they drove the tribe even further northward, with the assistance of Tswana Barolong warriors and Griqua commandos.

By the Ndebele had conquered the Rozwi Empire, along with the other smaller Shona states, and reduced them to vassaldom.

After losing their remaining South African lands in , Mzilikazi and his tribe permanently settled in the southwest of present-day Zimbabwe in what became known as Matabeleland , establishing Bulawayo as their capital.

Mzilikazi then organised his society into a military system with regimental kraals , similar to those of Shaka, which was stable enough to repel further Boer incursions.

Mzilikazi died in ; following a violent power struggle, his son Lobengula succeeded him. In the s European colonists arrived with Cecil Rhodes 's British South Africa Company BSAC, incorporated in , chartered in In Rhodes obtained a concession for mining rights from King Lobengula of the Ndebele peoples.

Rhodes used this document in to justify sending the Pioneer Column , a group of Europeans protected by well-armed British South Africa Police BSAP through Matabeleland and into Shona territory to establish Fort Salisbury present-day Harare , and thereby establish company rule over the area.

In and , with the help of their new Maxim guns, the BSAP would go on to defeat the Ndebele in the First Matabele War.

Rhodes additionally sought permission to negotiate similar concessions covering all territory between the Limpopo River and Lake Tanganyika , then known as "Zambesia".

In accordance with the terms of aforementioned concessions and treaties, [43] mass settlement was encouraged, [ by whom? In the BSAC adopted the name "Rhodesia" for the territory, in honour of Rhodes.

In " Southern Rhodesia " became the official name for the region south of the Zambezi, [45] [46] which later adopted the name "Zimbabwe".

The region to the north, administered separately, was later termed Northern Rhodesia present-day Zambia. Shortly after Rhodes' the disastrous Rhodes-sponsored Jameson Raid December - January on the South African Republic , the Ndebele rebelled against white rule, led by their charismatic religious leader, Mlimo.

The Second Matabele War of lasted in Matabeleland until , when a British operation had Mlimo assassinated. Shona agitators staged unsuccessful revolts known as Chimurenga against company rule during and Following these failed insurrections,the Rhodes administration subdued the Ndebele and Shona groups and organised the land with a disproportionate bias favouring Europeans, thus displacing many indigenous peoples.

The United Kingdom annexed Southern Rhodesia on 12 September Under the new constitution, Southern Rhodesia became a self-governing British colony , subsequent to a referendum.

Rhodesians of all races served on behalf of the United Kingdom during the two World Wars in the earlyth century.

Proportional to the white population, Southern Rhodesia contributed more per capita to both the First and Second World Wars than any other part of the Empire, including Britain itself.

The Land Apportionment Act restricted black land ownership to certain segments of the country, setting aside large areas solely for the purchase of the white minority.

This act, which led to rapidly rising inequality, became the subject of frequent calls for subsequent land reform. In , in the face of African opposition, [55] Britain consolidated the two Rhodesias with Nyasaland Malawi in the ill-fated Central African Federation , which Southern Rhodesia essentially dominated.

Growing African nationalism and general dissent, particularly in Nyasaland, persuaded Britain to dissolve the Union in , forming three separate divisions.

While multiracial democracy was finally introduced to Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, however, Southern Rhodesians of European ancestry continued to enjoy minority rule.

Following Zambian independence effective from October , Ian Smith 's Rhodesian Front RF government in Salisbury dropped the designation "Southern" in once Northern Rhodesia had changed its name to Zambia , having the word Southern before the name Rhodesia became unnecessary and the country simply became known as Rhodesia afterwards.

Intent on effectively repudiating the recently adopted British policy of " no independence before majority rule ", Smith issued a Unilateral Declaration of Independence commonly abbreviated to "UDI" from the United Kingdom on 11 November This marked the first such course taken by a rebel British colony since the American declaration of , which Smith and others indeed claimed provided a suitable precedent to their own actions.

After the Unilateral Declaration of Independence UDI , the British government petitioned the United Nations for sanctions against Rhodesia pending unsuccessful talks with Smith's administration in and In December , the organisation complied, imposing the first mandatory trade embargo on an autonomous state.

The United Kingdom deemed the Rhodesian declaration an act of rebellion, but did not re-establish control by force. A guerrilla war subsequently ensued when Joshua Nkomo 's Zimbabwe African People's Union ZAPU and Robert Mugabe 's Zimbabwe African National Union ZANU , supported actively by communist powers and neighbouring African nations, initiated guerrilla operations against Rhodesia's predominantly white government.

ZAPU was supported by the Soviet Union , the Warsaw Pact and associated nations such as Cuba, and adopted a Marxist—Leninist ideology; ZANU meanwhile aligned itself with Maoism and the bloc headed by the People's Republic of China.

Smith declared Rhodesia a republic in , following the results of a referendum the previous year, but this went unrecognised internationally.

Meanwhile, Rhodesia's internal conflict intensified, eventually forcing him to open negotiations with the militant communists. In March , Smith reached an accord with three African leaders, led by Bishop Abel Muzorewa , who offered to leave the white population comfortably entrenched in exchange for the establishment of a biracial democracy.

As a result of the Internal Settlement , elections were held in April , concluding with the United African National Council UANC carrying a majority of parliamentary seats.

On 1 June , Muzorewa, the UANC head, became prime minister and the country's name was changed to Zimbabwe Rhodesia. The Internal Settlement left control of the Rhodesian Security Forces , civil service, judiciary, and a third of parliament seats to whites.

Following the fifth Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting CHOGM , held in Lusaka , Zambia from 1 to 7 August in , the British government invited Muzorewa, Mugabe, and Nkomo to participate in a constitutional conference at Lancaster House.

The purpose of the conference was to discuss and reach an agreement on the terms of an independence constitution, and provide for elections supervised under British authority allowing Zimbabwe Rhodesia to proceed to legal independence.

With Lord Carrington , Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs of the United Kingdom, in the chair, these discussions were mounted from 10 September to 15 December in , producing a total of 47 plenary sessions.

On 11 December , the Rhodesian House of Assembly voted 90 to nil to revert to British colonial status the 'aye' votes included Ian Smith himself.

The bill then passed the Senate and was assented to by the President. With the arrival of Lord Soames , the new Governor, just after 2 p.

Britain lifted sanctions on 12 December, and the United Nations on 16 December, before calling on its member states to do likewise on 21 December. Thus Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania, Angola and Botswana lifted sanctions on 22—23 December; Australia partly pre-empted this, lifting all but trade sanctions on 18 December, and trade sanctions on 21 December.

During the elections of February , Robert Mugabe and the ZANU party secured a landslide victory. Zimbabwe's first president after its independence was Canaan Banana in what was originally a mainly ceremonial role as Head of State.

Robert Mugabe, leader of the ZANU party, was the country's first Prime Minister and Head of Government. Opposition to what was perceived as a Shona takeover immediately erupted around Matabeleland.

The Matabele unrest led to what has become known as Gukurahundi Shona : "the early rain which washes away the chaff before the spring rains". Estimates for the number of deaths during the five-year Gukurahundi campaign ranged from 3, [69] to 80, Elections in March resulted in another victory for Mugabe and the ZANU—PF party, which claimed of the contested seats.

During the s, students, trade unionists , and other workers often demonstrated to express their growing discontent with Mugabe and ZANU—PF party policies.

In , civil servants, nurses, and junior doctors went on strike over salary issues. Land redistribution re-emerged as the main issue for the ZANU—PF government around Despite the existence of a "willing-buyer-willing-seller" land reform programme since the s, the minority white Zimbabwean population of around 0.

In , the government pressed ahead with its Fast Track Land Reform programme, a policy involving compulsory land acquisition aimed at redistributing land from the minority white population to the majority black population.

President Mugabe and the ZANU—PF party leadership found themselves beset by a wide range of international sanctions.

It came into effect in and froze credit to the Zimbabwean government. The bill was sponsored by Bill Frist and co-sponsored by US senators Hillary Clinton , Joe Biden , Russ Feingold , and Jesse Helms.

Through ZDERA Section 4C "Multilateral Financing Restriction" , the Secretary of the Treasury is ordered to direct US Directors at the International Financial Institutions listed in Section 3, "to oppose and vote against-- 1 any extension by the respective institution of any loan, credit, or guarantee to the Government of Zimbabwe; or 2 any cancellation or reduction of indebtedness owed by the Government of Zimbabwe to the United States or any international financial institution.

By , the country's economy had collapsed. It is estimated that up to a quarter of Zimbabwe's 11 million people had fled the country.

Three-quarters of the remaining Zimbabweans were living on less than one US dollar a day. Following elections in , the government initiated " Operation Murambatsvina ", an effort to crack down on illegal markets and slums emerging in towns and cities, leaving a substantial section of urban poor homeless.

On 29 March , Zimbabwe held a presidential election along with a parliamentary election. The results of this election were withheld for two weeks, after which it was generally acknowledged that the Movement for Democratic Change — Tsvangirai MDC-T had achieved a majority of one seat in the lower house of parliament.

On 10 July , Russia and China vetoed UN Zimbabwe sanctions pushed by Britain and the US. However, nine of 15 countries on the UN council opposed it, including Vietnam, South Africa, and Libya, which argued that Zimbabwe was not a 'threat to international peace and security.

In late , problems in Zimbabwe reached crisis proportions in the areas of living standards, public health with a major cholera outbreak in December and various basic affairs.

In September , a power-sharing agreement was reached between Tsvangirai and President Mugabe, permitting the former to hold the office of prime minister.

Due to ministerial differences between their respective political parties, the agreement was not fully implemented until 13 February By December , Mugabe was threatening to completely expropriate remaining privately owned companies in Zimbabwe unless "western sanctions" were lifted.

A survey by Freedom House suggested that living conditions had improved since the power-sharing agreement.

On 17 January , Vice-President John Nkomo died of cancer at St Anne's Hospital, Harare at the age of Mugabe was re-elected president in the July Zimbabwean general election which The Economist described as "rigged.

In July nationwide protests took place regarding the economic collapse in the country, [] [] and the finance minister admitted "Right now we literally have nothing.

The army denied that their actions constituted a coup. Although under the Constitution of Zimbabwe Mugabe should be succeeded by Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko , a supporter of Grace Mugabe , ZANU—PF chief whip Lovemore Matuke stated to the Reuters news agency that Mnangagwa would be appointed as president.

In December the website Zimbabwe News, calculating the cost of the Mugabe era using various statistics, said that at the time of independence in , the country was growing economically at about five per cent a year, and had done so for quite a long time.

The population growth in was among the highest in Africa at about 3. Had this growth been maintained, the population would have been 31 million. Instead, as of , it is about 13 million.

The discrepancies were believed to be partly caused by death from starvation and disease, and partly due to decreased fertility.

The life expectancy has halved, and death from politically motivated violence sponsored by government exceeds , since The Mugabe government has directly or indirectly caused the deaths of at least three million Zimbabweans in 37 years.

It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the west and southwest, Zambia to the northwest, and Mozambique to the east and northeast.

Its northwest corner is roughly meters from Namibia, nearly forming a four-nation quadripoint. Most of the country is elevated, consisting of a central plateau high veld stretching from the southwest northwards with altitudes between 1, and 1, m.

The country's extreme east is mountainous, this area being known as the Eastern Highlands , with Mount Nyangani as the highest point at 2, m.

The highlands are known for their natural environment, with tourist destinations such as Nyanga, Troutbeck, Chimanimani, Vumba and Chirinda Forest at Mount Selinda.

Victoria Falls , one of the world's biggest and most spectacular waterfalls, is located in the country's extreme northwest and is part of the Zambezi river.

Over geological time Zimbabwe has experienced two major post-Gondwana erosion cycles known as African and post-African , and a very subordinate Plio-Pleistocene cycle.

Zimbabwe has a tropical climate with many local variations. The southern areas are known for their heat and aridity, parts of the central plateau receive frost in winter, the Zambezi valley is also known for its extreme heat and the Eastern Highlands usually experience cool temperatures and the highest rainfall in the country.

The country's rainy season generally runs from late October to March and the hot climate is moderated by increasing altitude.

Zimbabwe is faced with recurring droughts. The most recent one began early in and lasted into In , at least 55 elephants died because of the drought.

Zimbabwe contains seven terrestrial ecoregions: Kalahari Acacia-Baikiaea woodlands , Southern Africa bushveld , Southern miombo woodlands , Zambezian Baikiaea woodlands , Zambezian and mopane woodlands , Zambezian halophytics , and Eastern Zimbabwe montane forest-grassland mosaic.

The country is mostly savannah, although the moist and mountainous eastern highlands support areas of tropical evergreen and hardwood forests.

Trees found in these Eastern Highlands include teak , mahogany , enormous specimens of strangling fig, forest Newtonia , big leaf, white stinkwood, chirinda stinkwood, knobthorn and many others.

In the low-lying parts of the country fever trees, mopane, combretum and baobabs abound. Much of the country is covered by miombo woodland, dominated by brachystegia species and others.

Among the numerous flowers and shrubs are hibiscus, flame lily, snake lily, spider lily, leonotus, cassia, tree wisteria and dombeya.

There are around species of mammals that can be found in Zimbabwe. There are also many snakes and lizards, over bird species, and fish species.

Large parts of Zimbabwe were once covered by forests with abundant wildlife. Deforestation and poaching has reduced the amount of wildlife.

Woodland degradation and deforestation, due to population growth , urban expansion and lack of fuel, are major concerns [] and have led to erosion and land degradation which diminish the amount of fertile soil.

Local farmers have also been criticised by environmentalists for burning off vegetation to heat their tobacco barns. Zimbabwe is a republic with a presidential system of government.

The semi-presidential system was abolished with the adoption of a new constitution after a referendum in March Under the constitutional changes in , an upper chamber , the Senate , was reinstated.

Former President Robert Mugabe 's Zimbabwe African National Union — Patriotic Front commonly abbreviated ZANU—PF has been the dominant political party in Zimbabwe since independence.

In then-prime minister Mugabe revised the constitution, abolishing the ceremonial presidency and the prime ministerial posts to form an executive president, a Presidential system.

During the parliamentary elections most opposition parties, including the ZUM, boycotted the voting, resulting in a near-sweep by the ruling party.

Presidential elections were again held in amid allegations of vote-rigging, intimidation and fraud. General elections were again held in Zimbabwe on 30 March The run-off was scheduled for 27 June On 22 June, citing the continuing unfairness of the process and refusing to participate in a "violent, illegitimate sham of an election process", Tsvangirai pulled out of the presidential run-off, the ZEC held the run-off and President Mugabe received a landslide majority.

The MDC-T led by Morgan Tsvangirai is now the majority in the Lower chamber of Parliament. The MDC split into two factions.

One faction MDC-M , now led by Arthur Mutambara contested the elections to the Senate, while the other, led by Tsvangirai, opposed to contesting the elections, stating that participation in a rigged election is tantamount to endorsing Mugabe's claim that past elections were free and fair.

The opposition parties have resumed participation in national and local elections as recently as The two MDC camps had their congresses in with Tsvangirai being elected to lead MDC-T , which has become more popular than the other group.

Mutambara, a robotics professor and former NASA robotics specialist has replaced Welshman Ncube who was the interim leader of MDC-M after the split.

Morgan Tsvangirai did not participate in the Senate elections, while the Mutambara faction participated and won five seats in the Senate.

The Mutambara formation has been weakened by defections from MPs and individuals who are disillusioned by their manifesto. As of [update] , the Movement for Democratic Change has become the most popular, with crowds as large as 20, attending their rallies as compared to between and 5, for the other formation.

On 28 April , Tsvangirai and Mutambara announced at a joint news conference in Johannesburg that the two MDC formations were co-operating, enabling the MDC to have a clear parliamentary majority.

In mid-September , after protracted negotiations overseen by the leaders of South Africa and Mozambique, Mugabe and Tsvangirai signed a power-sharing deal which would see Mugabe retain control over the army.

Donor nations have adopted a 'wait-and-see' attitude, wanting to see real change being brought about by this merger before committing themselves to funding rebuilding efforts, which are estimated to take at least five years.

On 11 February Tsvangirai was sworn in as Prime Minister by President Mugabe. A representative of the organisation declined to speculate on how the money was spent, except that it was not for the intended purpose, and the government has failed to honour requests to return the money.

In February , Zimbabwe's election chief, Simpson Mtambanengwe , resigned due to ill health. His resignation came months before the country's constitutional referendum and elections.

The Status of Zimbabwe politics has been thrown into question by a coup taking place in November , ending Mugabe's 30 year presidential incumbency.

Emmerson Mnangagwa was appointed president following this coup, and officially elected with The government has received negative comments among its citizen for always shutting down the internet in the past amid protests such as the one planned on the 31st of July.

There are widespread reports of systematic and escalating violations of human rights in Zimbabwe under the Mugabe administration and the dominant party, the ZANU—PF.

According to human rights organisations such as Amnesty International [] and Human Rights Watch [] the government of Zimbabwe violates the rights to shelter, food, freedom of movement and residence, freedom of assembly and the protection of the law.

In , Gregory Stanton, then President of the International Association of Genocide Scholars, stated there was "clear evidence that Mugabe government was guilty of crimes against humanity and that there was sufficient evidence of crimes against humanity to bring Mugabe to trial in front of the International Criminal Court.

Male homosexuality is illegal in Zimbabwe. Since , the government has carried out campaigns against both homosexual men and women.

Opposition gatherings are frequently the subject of reprisals by the police force, such as the crackdown on an 11 March Movement for Democratic Change MDC rally and several others during the election campaign.

There are also concerns over Fox Southwest media rights and access. The Zimbabwean government is accused of suppressing freedom of the press and freedom of speech.

In reporting restrictions on the BBC and CNN were lifted. On 24 July , the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR expressed concerns over allegations suggesting that Zimbabwean authorities may have used the COVID crisis as a pretext to suppress freedom of expression and peaceful assembly on the streets.

The OHCHR spokesperson, Liz Throssell stated that people have a right to protest corruption or anything else.

The authorities in Zimbabwe used force to disperse and arrest nurses and health workers, who were peacefully protesting for better salaries and work conditions.

The reports suggest that a few members of opposition party and investigative journalists were also arbitrarily arrested and detained for taking part in a protest.

The campaign was in response to arrests , abductions and torture of political activists and the incarceration of the journalist, Hopewell Chin'ono , and the Booker prize long-listed author, Tsitsi Dangarembga.

The Zimbabwe Defence Forces were set up by unifying three insurrectionist forces — the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army ZANLA , the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army ZIPRA , and the Rhodesian Security Forces RSF — after the Second Chimurenga and Zimbabwean independence in The integration period saw the formation of the Zimbabwe National Army ZNA and Air Force of Zimbabwe AFZ as separate entities under the command of Rtd General Solomon Mujuru and Air Marshal Norman Walsh who retired in , and was replaced by Air Marshal Azim Daudpota who handed over command to Rtd Air Chief Marshal Josiah Tungamirai in In December , General Constantine Chiwenga, was promoted and appointed Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces.

Lieutenant General P. Sibanda replaced him as Commander of the Army. The ZNA has an active duty strength of 30, The Air Force has about 5, standing personnel.

Following majority rule in early , British Army trainers oversaw the integration of guerrilla fighters into a battalion structure overlaid on the existing Rhodesian armed forces.

For the first year, a system was followed where the top-performing candidate became battalion commander. If he or she was from ZANLA, then his or her second-in-command was the top-performing ZIPRA candidate, and vice versa.

From early , this system was abandoned in favour of political appointments, and ZANLA and ZANU fighters consequently quickly formed the majority of battalion commanders in the ZNA.

The ZNA was originally formed into four brigades , composed of a total of 28 battalions. The brigade support units were composed almost entirely of specialists of the former Rhodesian Army, while unintegrated battalions of the Rhodesian African Rifles were assigned to the 1st, 3rd and 4th Brigades.

The Fifth Brigade was formed in and disbanded in after the demonstration of mass brutality and murder during the brigade's occupation of Matabeleland in what has become known as Gukurahundi Shona : "the early rain which washes away the chaff before the spring rains" , the campaign which finished off Mugabe's liberation struggle.

Zimbabwe has a centralised government and is divided into eight provinces and two cities with provincial status, for administrative purposes.

Each province has a provincial capital from where government administration is usually carried out. The names of most of the provinces were generated from the Mashonaland and Matabeleland divide at the time of colonisation: Mashonaland was the territory occupied first by the British South Africa Company Pioneer Column and Matabeleland the territory conquered during the First Matabele War.

This corresponds roughly to the precolonial territory of the Shona people and the Matabele people , although there are significant ethnic minorities in most provinces.

Each province is headed by a Provincial Governor, appointed by the President. The provincial government is run by a Provincial Administrator, appointed by the Public Service Commission.

Other government functions at provincial level are carried out by provincial offices of national government departments. The provinces are subdivided into 59 districts and 1, wards sometimes referred to as municipalities.

Each district is headed by a District Administrator, appointed by the Public Service Commission. There is also a Rural District Council, which appoints a chief executive officer.

The Rural District Council is composed of elected ward councillors, the District Administrator and one representative of the chiefs traditional leaders appointed under customary law in the district.

Other government functions at district level are carried out by district offices of national government departments.

At the ward level there is a Ward Development Committee, comprising the elected ward councillor, the kraalheads traditional leaders subordinate to chiefs and representatives of Village Development Committees.

Wards are subdivided into villages, each of which has an elected Village Development Committee and a Headman traditional leader subordinate to the kraalhead.

Minerals, gold, [] and agriculture are the main foreign exports of Zimbabwe. Tourism also plays a key role in its economy.

The mining sector remains very lucrative, with some of the world's largest platinum reserves being mined by Anglo American plc and Impala Platinum.

Taxes and tariffs are high for private enterprises, while state enterprises are strongly subsidised. State regulation is costly to companies; starting or closing a business is slow and costly.

Tourism was an important industry for the country, but has been failing in recent years. The report warns that the loss of life combined with widespread deforestation is potentially disastrous for the tourist industry.

The ICT sector of Zimbabwe has been growing at a fast pace. Since 1 January , the government of Zimbabwe has had its lines of credit at international financial institutions frozen, through US legislation called the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act of ZDERA.

Section 4C instructs the Secretary of the Treasury to direct directors at international financial institutions to veto the extension of loans and credit to the Zimbabwean government.

The downward spiral of the economy has been attributed mainly to mismanagement and corruption by the government and the eviction of more than 4, white farmers in the controversial land confiscations of By , the purchasing power of the average Zimbabwean had dropped to the same levels in real terms as There were to still left in the country, but much of the land that had been confiscated was no longer productive.

The farms left were either too remote or their owners had paid for protection or collaborated with the regime. In January , the government issued long-term leases to some white farmers.

On 29 January , in an effort to counteract runaway inflation, acting Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa announced that Zimbabweans will be permitted to use other, more stable currencies to do business, alongside the Zimbabwe dollar.

After the formation of the Unity Government and the adoption of several currencies instead of the Zimbabwe dollar in , the Zimbabwean economy rebounded.

As of October , Metallon Corporation was Zimbabwe's largest gold miner. Zimbabwe's commercial farming sector was traditionally a source of exports and foreign exchange, and provided , jobs.

However, the government's land reform program badly damaged the sector, turning Zimbabwe into a net importer of food products.

For the past ten years, the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ICRISAT has been assisting Zimbabwe's farmers to adopt conservation agriculture techniques, a sustainable method of farming that can help increase yields.

By applying the three principles of minimum soil disturbance, legume-based cropping and the use of organic mulch, farmers can improve infiltration, reduce evaporation and soil erosion, and build up organic soil content.

Between and , the number of smallholders practising conservation agriculture in Zimbabwe increased from 5, to more than , Cereal yields rose between 15 and per cent across different regions.

Since the land reform programme in , tourism in Zimbabwe has steadily declined. But in , 2. It is expected to rise 1.

Employment in travel and tourism, as well as industries travel and tourism indirectly supports, was 5. Several airlines pulled out of Zimbabwe between and Australia's Qantas , Germany's Lufthansa , and Austrian Airlines were among the first to pull out and in British Airways suspended all direct flights to Harare.

Zimbabwe has several major tourist attractions. Victoria Falls on the Zambezi , which are shared with Zambia, are located in the north west of Zimbabwe.

Before the economic changes, much of the tourism for these locations came to the Zimbabwe side but now Zambia is the main beneficiary. The Victoria Falls National Park is also in this area and is one of the eight main national parks in Zimbabwe, [] the largest of which is Hwange National Park.

The Eastern Highlands are a series of mountainous areas near the border with Mozambique. Zimbabwe is unusual in Africa in that there are a number of ancient ruined cities built in a unique dry stone style.

Among the most famous of these are the Great Zimbabwe ruins in Masvingo. Other ruins include Khami Ruins, Zimbabwe , Dhlo-Dhlo and Naletale.

The Hills were formed over 2, million years ago with granite being forced to the surface, then being eroded to produce smooth "whaleback dwalas" and broken kopjes, strewn with boulders and interspersed with thickets of vegetation.

Mzilikazi , founder of the Ndebele nation, gave the area its name, meaning 'Bald Heads'. They have become a tourist attraction due to their ancient shapes and local wildlife.

Cecil Rhodes and other early white pioneers like Leander Starr Jameson are buried in these hills at a site named World's View. Water supply and sanitation in Zimbabwe is defined by many small scale successful programs but also by a general lack of improved water and sanitation systems for the majority of Zimbabwe.

There are many factors which continue to determine the nature, for the foreseeable future, of water supply and sanitation in Zimbabwe.

Three major factors are the severely depressed state of the Zimbabwean economy, the reluctance of foreign aid organisations to build and finance infrastructure projects, and the political instability of the Zimbabwean state.

The country also has a well-developed education system, with one in 11 adults holding a tertiary degree. Given the country's solid knowledge base and abundant natural resources, Zimbabwe has the potential to figure among the countries leading growth in sub-Saharan Africa by To do so, however, Zimbabwe will need to correct a number of structural weaknesses.

For instance, it lacks the critical mass of researchers needed to trigger innovation. Although the infrastructure is in place to harness research and development to Zimbabwe's socio-economic development, universities and research institutions lack the financial and human resources to conduct research and the regulatory environment hampers the transfer of new technologies to the business sector.

The economic crisis has precipitated an exodus of university students and professionals in key areas of expertise medicine, engineering, etc.

In , there were researchers head count employed in the public sector, one-quarter of whom were women. This is double the continental average 91 in but only one-quarter the researcher density of South Africa per million inhabitants.

The government has created the Zimbabwe Human Capital Website to provide information for the diaspora on job and investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.

Despite the fact that human resources are a pillar of any research and innovation policy, the Medium Term Plan — did not discuss any explicit policy for promoting postgraduate studies in science and engineering.

The scarcity of new PhDs in science and engineering fields from the University of Zimbabwe in was symptomatic of this omission.

Nor does the development agenda to , the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Economic Transformation, contain any specific targets for increasing the number of scientists and engineers, or the staffing requirements for industry and other productive sectors.

In addition, the lack of co-ordination and coherence among governance structures has led to a multiplication of research priorities and poor implementation of existing policies.

The country's Second Science and Technology Policy was launched in June , after being elaborated with UNESCO assistance. It replaces the earlier policy dating from The policy prioritises biotechnology, information and communication technologies ICTs , space sciences, nanotechnology, indigenous knowledge systems, technologies yet to emerge and scientific solutions to emergent environmental challenges.

In , Zimbabwe counted 21 publications per million inhabitants in internationally catalogued journals, according to Thomson Reuters' Web of Science Science Citation Index Expanded.

This placed Zimbabwe sixth out of the 15 SADC countries, behind Namibia 59 , Mauritius 71 , Botswana and, above all, South Africa and the Seychelles The average for sub-Saharan Africa was 20 scientific publications per million inhabitants, compared to a global average of per million.

Zimbabwe's total population is As in other African countries, Christianity may be mixed with enduring traditional beliefs.

Ancestral worship is the most practised non-Christian religion, involving spiritual intercession; the mbira dzavadzimu , which means "voice of the ancestors", an instrument related to many lamellophones ubiquitous throughout Africa, is central to many ceremonial proceedings.

Mwari simply means "God the Creator" musika vanhu in Shona. Up to one million Ndebele may have left the country over the last five years, mainly for South Africa.

White Zimbabweans are mostly of British origin, but there are also Afrikaner , Greek , Portuguese , French and Dutch communities.

The white population dropped from a peak of around , or 4. The census lists the total white population at 28, roughly 0.

Coloureds form 0. According to Census report, The economic meltdown and repressive political measures in Zimbabwe have led to a flood of refugees into neighbouring countries.

An estimated 3. Apart from the people who fled into the neighbouring countries, there are approximately 36, internally displaced persons IDPs.

There is no comprehensive survey, [] although the following figures are available:. The above surveys do not include people displaced by Operation Chikorokoza Chapera or beneficiaries of the fast-track land reform programme but who have since been evicted.

English is the main language used in the education and judiciary systems. The Bantu languages Shona and Ndebele are the principal indigenous languages of Zimbabwe.

Other minority Bantu languages include Venda , Tsonga , Shangaan , Kalanga , Sotho , Ndau and Nambya. Less than 2. Radio and television news now broadcast in Shona, Sindebele and English.

Due to its large border with Mozambique, there is a large community of Portuguese speakers in Zimbabwe, mainly in the border areas with Mozambique and in major cities, such as Harare and Bulawayo.

Zimbabwe has 16 official languages and under the constitution, an Act of Parliament may prescribe other languages as officially recognised languages.

According to the Inter Censal Demography Survey by the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency Zimbabwe has many different cultures which may include beliefs and ceremonies , one of them being Shona , Zimbabwe's largest ethnic group.

The Shona people have many sculptures and carvings which are made with the finest materials available. Zimbabwe first celebrated its independence on 18 April The first independence celebrations were held in at the Zimbabwe Grounds.

At these celebrations, doves are released to symbolise peace and fighter jets fly over and the national anthem is sung.

The flame of independence is lit by the president after parades by the presidential family and members of the armed forces of Zimbabwe.

The president also gives a speech to the people of Zimbabwe which is televised for those unable to attend the stadium. Traditional arts in Zimbabwe include pottery , basketry , textiles, jewellery and carving.

Among the distinctive qualities are symmetrically patterned woven baskets and stools carved out of a single piece of wood. Shona sculpture has become better known after finding initial popularity in the s.

Zimbabwean artefacts can be found in countries like Singapore, China and Canada. Dominic Benhura 's statue in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Shona sculpture in has survived through the ages and the modern style is a fusion of African folklore with European influences.

World-renowned Zimbabwean sculptors include Nicholas, Nesbert and Anderson Mukomberanwa, Tapfuma Gutsa, Henry Munyaradzi and Locardia Ndandarika.

Internationally, Zimbabwean sculptors have managed to influence a new generation of artists, particularly Black Americans, through lengthy apprenticeships with master sculptors in Zimbabwe.

Contemporary artists like New York sculptor M. Scott Johnson and California sculptor Russel Albans have learned to fuse both African and Afro-diasporic aesthetics in a way that travels beyond the simplistic mimicry of African Art by some Black artists of past generations in the United States.

Several authors are well known within Zimbabwe and abroad. Charles Mungoshi is renowned in Zimbabwe for writing traditional stories in English and in Shona and his poems and books have sold well with both the black and white communities.

The book The House of Hunger by Dambudzo Marechera won an award in the UK in and the Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing 's first novel The Grass Is Singing , the first four volumes of The Children of Violence sequence, as well as the collection of short stories African Stories are set in Rhodesia.

In NoViolet Bulawayo's novel We Need New Names was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. The novel tells the story of the devastation and emigration caused by the brutal suppression of Zimbabwean civilians during the Gukurahundi in the early s.

Notable artists include Henry Mudzengerere and Nicolas Mukomberanwa. A recurring theme in Zimbabwean art is the metamorphosis of man into beast.

Among members of the white minority community, Theatre has a large following, with numerous theatrical companies performing in Zimbabwe's urban areas.

Like in many African countries, the majority of Zimbabweans depend on a few staple foods. After the paste has been cooking for several minutes, more cornmeal is added to thicken the paste.

Sadza is also commonly eaten with curdled milk sour milk , commonly known as "lacto" mukaka wakakora , or dried Tanganyika sardine , known locally as kapenta or matemba.

Bota is a thinner porridge, cooked without the additional cornmeal and usually flavoured with peanut butter , milk, butter, or jam.

Graduations , weddings , and any other family gatherings will usually be celebrated with the killing of a goat or cow, which will be barbecued or roasted by the family.

Biltong , a type of jerky , is a popular snack, prepared by hanging bits of spiced raw meat to dry in the shade. It is a long sausage, often well-spiced, composed of beef rather than pork, and barbecued.

For example, most people will have porridge in the morning, as well as 10 o'clock tea midday tea.

They will have lunch, often leftovers from the night before, freshly cooked sadza , or sandwiches which is more common in the cities.

After lunch, there is usually 4 o'clock tea afternoon tea , which is served before dinner. It is not uncommon for tea to be had after dinner.

Rice, pasta, and potato-based foods french fries and mashed potato also make up part of Zimbabwean cuisine.

A local favourite is rice cooked with peanut butter, which is taken with thick gravy, mixed vegetables and meat.

Mutakura can also be the above ingredients cooked individually. Football also known as soccer is the most popular sport in Zimbabwe.

The team is ranked th in the world Fifa World Rankings Nov Rugby union is a significant sport in Zimbabwe. The national side have represented the country at 2 Rugby World Cup tournaments in and The team are ranked 26 in the world by World Rugby.

Cricket also has a following among the white minority. It is one of twelve Test cricket playing nations and an ICC full member as well.

Notable cricket players from Zimbabwe include Andy Flower , Heath Streak and Brendan Taylor. Zimbabwe has won eight Olympic medals, one in field hockey with the women's team at the Summer Olympics in Moscow, and seven by swimmer Kirsty Coventry , three at the Summer Olympics and four at the Summer Olympics.

Zimbabwe has also done well in the Commonwealth Games and All-Africa Games in swimming with Kirsty Coventry obtaining 11 gold medals in the different competitions.

Zimbabwe has also done well in golf. The Zimbabwean Nick Price held the official World Number 1 status longer than any player from Africa has ever done in the year history of the ranking.

Other sports played in Zimbabwe are basketball, volleyball, netball , and water polo , as well as squash , motorsport , martial arts, chess , cycling, polocrosse , kayaking and horse racing.

However, most of these sports do not have international representatives but instead stay at a junior or national level.

Zimbabwean professional rugby league players playing overseas are Masimbaashe Motongo and Judah Mazive. The media of Zimbabwe is now once again diverse, having come under tight restriction between and by the government during the growing economic and political crisis in the country.

The Zimbabwean constitution promises freedom of the media and expression. Since the appointment of a new media and information minister in the media is facing less political interference and the supreme court has ruled some sections of the strict media laws as unconstitutional.

CNN welcomed the move. The Zimbabwe Ministry of Media, Information and Publicity stated that, "the Zimbabwe government never banned the BBC from carrying out lawful activities inside Zimbabwe".

In the Zimbabwe Media Commission was established by the inclusive, power-sharing government. In May the Commission licensed three new privately owned newspapers, including the previously banned Daily News , for publication.

ZBC's monopoly in the broadcasting sector was ended with the licensing of two private radio stations in Since the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act AIPPA was passed, a number of privately owned news outlets were shut down by the government, including Daily News whose managing director Wilf Mbanga went on to form the influential The Zimbabwean.

Because the internet is unrestricted, many Zimbabweans are allowed to access online news sites set up by exiled journalists. The heavy-handedness on the media has progressively relaxed since In its report, Reporters Without Borders ranked the Zimbabwean media as th out of News agencies and newspapers from other Western countries and South Africa have also been banned from the country.

It was in the Matabeleland region in Zimbabwe that, during the Second Matabele War , Robert Baden-Powell , the founder of Scouting , and Frederick Russell Burnham , the American-born Chief of Scouts for the British Army, first met and began their lifelong friendship.

Baden-Powell and Burnham discussed the concept of a broad training programme in woodcraft for young men, rich in exploration, tracking , fieldcraft , and self-reliance.

Scouting in the former Rhodesia and Nyasaland started in when the first Boy Scout troop was registered. Scouting grew quickly and in Rhodesia and Nyasaland sent a large contingent to the second World Scout Jamboree in Ermelunden, Denmark.

In , Rhodesia hosted the Central African Jamboree at Ruwa. In , Scouts celebrated years of Scouting in Zimbabwe and hundreds of Scouts camped at Gordon Park , a Scout campground and training area, as part of these celebrations.

Besides scouting, there are also leadership, life skills and general knowledge courses and training experiences mainly for schoolchildren ranging from pre-school to final year high school students and sometimes those beyond high school.

The stone-carved Zimbabwe Bird appears on the national flags and the coats of arms of both Zimbabwe and Rhodesia , as well as on banknotes and coins first on Rhodesian pound and then Rhodesian dollar.

It probably represents the bateleur eagle or the African fish eagle. The famous soapstone bird carvings stood on walls and monoliths of the ancient city of Great Zimbabwe , built, it is believed, sometime between the 13th and 16th centuries by ancestors of the Shona.

The ruins, which gave their name to modern Zimbabwe, cover some hectares 1, acres and are the largest ancient stone construction in Zimbabwe. Balancing Rocks are geological formations all over Zimbabwe.

The rocks are perfectly balanced without other supports. They are created when ancient granite intrusions are exposed to weathering, as softer rocks surrounding them erode away.

They are often remarked on and have been depicted on both the banknotes of Zimbabwe and the Rhodesian dollar banknotes. These formations are a feature of south and east tropical Africa from northern South Africa northwards to Sudan.

The most notable formations in Zimbabwe are located in the Matobo National Park in Matabeleland. The National Anthem of Zimbabwe is "Blessed be the Land of Zimbabwe" Shona : "Simudzai Mureza wedu WeZimbabwe" ; Northern Ndebele : "Kalibusiswe Ilizwe leZimbabwe".

It was introduced in March after a nationwide competition to replace " Ishe Komborera Africa " as a distinctly Zimbabwean song.

The winning entry was a song written by Professor Solomon Mutswairo and composed by Fred Changundega. It has been translated into all three of the main languages of Zimbabwe [].

At independence, the policies of racial inequality were reflected in the disease patterns of the black majority. The first five years after independence saw rapid gains in areas such as immunisation coverage, access to health care, and contraceptive prevalence rate.

Zimbabwe suffered occasional outbreaks of acute diseases such as plague in In , Zimbabwe had one of the lowest life expectancies in the world according to UN figure—44 for men and 43 for women, down from 60 in , but recovered to 60 in The health system has more or less collapsed.

At the end of November , some operations at three of Zimbabwe's four major referral hospitals had shut down, along with the Zimbabwe Medical School, and the fourth major hospital had two wards and no operating theatres working.

In August large areas of Zimbabwe were struck by the ongoing cholera epidemic. By December more than 10, people had been infected in all but one of Zimbabwe's provinces and the outbreak had spread to Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa and Zambia.

By 9 March The World Health Organization WHO estimated that 4, people had succumbed to the waterborne disease since the outbreak began in August , and the total number of cases recorded had reached 89, The maternal mortality rate per , births for Zimbabwe was [] compared to in —11 [] and in The under five mortality rate, per 1, births was 75 in 94 in Source: UN World Population Prospects [].

Due to large investments in education since independence, Zimbabwe has the highest adult literacy rate in Africa which in was The education department has stated that 20, teachers have left Zimbabwe since and that half of Zimbabwe's children have not progressed beyond primary school.

The wealthier portion of the population usually send their children to independent schools as opposed to the government-run schools which are attended by the majority as these are subsidised by the government.

School education was made free in , but since , the government has steadily increased the charges attached to school enrolment until they now greatly exceed the real value of fees in The Ministry of Education of Zimbabwe maintains and operates the government schools but the fees charged by independent schools are regulated by the cabinet of Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe's education system consists of two years of pre-school, seven years of primary and six years of secondary schooling before students can enter university in the country or abroad.

The academic year in Zimbabwe runs from January to December, with three terms, broken up by one month holidays, with a total of 40 weeks of school per year.

National examinations are written during the third term in November, with "O" level and "A" level subjects also offered in June.

There are seven public Government universities as well as four church-related universities in Zimbabwe that are fully internationally accredited.

Notable alumni from Zimbabwean universities include Welshman Ncube ; Peter Moyo of Amabhubesi ; Tendai Biti , Chenjerai Hove , Zimbabwean poet, novelist and essayist; and Arthur Mutambara.

Many of the politicians in the government of Zimbabwe have obtained degrees from universities in USA or other universities abroad.

National University of Science and Technology NUST is the second largest public research university in Zimbabwe located in Bulawayo.

It was established in The National University of Science and Technology strives to become a flourishing and reputable institution not only in Zimbabwe and in Southern Africa but also among the international fraternity of Universities.

Its guidance, cultural values is the encouragement of all its members and society of those attitudes of fair mindedness, understanding, tolerance and respect for people and views which are essential for the attainment and maintenance of justice, peace and harmony at all times.

Africa University is a United Methodist related university institution located in Manicaland which attracts students from at least 36 African countries.

The institution has been growing steadily and has steady study material and learning facilities. The highest professional board for accountants is the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe ICAZ with direct relationships with similar bodies in South Africa, Canada, the UK and Australia.

A qualified Chartered Accountant from Zimbabwe is also a member of similar bodies in these countries after writing a conversion paper.

In addition, Zimbabwean-trained doctors only require one year of residence to be fully licensed doctors in the United States. The Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers ZIE is the highest professional board for engineers.

Education in Zimbabwe became under threat since the economic changes in with teachers going on strike because of low pay, students unable to concentrate because of hunger and the price of uniforms soaring making this standard a luxury.

Teachers were also one of the main targets of Mugabe's attacks because he thought they were not strong supporters. Women in Zimbabwe are disadvantaged in many facets including economic, political, and social spheres, and experience Sex and Gender Based Violence.

Zimbabwean women face cultural and social adversity in their professional lives which impacts their educational attainment, professional development, and advancement.

Zimbabwe experiences high rates of domestic and sexual violence; the Zimbabwe National Statistics Office shows that rates are increasing.

As not all rapes are reported, the actual number is likely higher. The association provides programmes which help educate women on their rights and provides them with opportunities as a way of combating domestic and sexual violence.

The rural poor find it difficult to access information and materials in relation to politics as well as travel to polling stations and become registered to vote.

Women in Zimbabwean society and culture are often seen as inferior, treated as objects, and viewed in subordinate roles in history and philosophy.

Fontein, Joost "Remaking Mutirikwi: Landscape, Water and belonging in Southern Zimbabwe" , James Currey, BIEA Eastern African Series.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 8 January Landlocked country in southeastern Africa.

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See also: Child marriage in Zimbabwe. Main article: Zimbabwe Defence Forces. Main articles: Provinces of Zimbabwe , Districts of Zimbabwe , and Wards of Zimbabwe.

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