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Districts of Zimbabwe

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The Republic of Zimbabwe is broken down into 8 administrative Provinces, which are divided into 59 Districts and 1,200 Wards. The districts are listed below, alphabetically:

Map of the districts of Zimbabwe showing provinces with red borders


  • Bulawayo (city) 1
  • Harare (city) 2
  • Manicaland Province 3
  • Mashonaland Central Province 4
  • Mashonaland East Province 5
  • Mashonaland West Province 6
  • Masvingo Province 7
  • Matabeleland North Province 8
  • Matabeleland South Province 9
  • Midlands Province 10
  • See also 11
  • External links 12

Bulawayo (city)

Bulawayo district

Harare (city)

Harare district

Manicaland Province

Districts of Manicaland

Mashonaland Central Province

Districts of Mashonaland Central

Mashonaland East Province

Districts of Mashonaland East

Mashonaland West Province

Districts of Mashonaland West

Masvingo Province

Districts of Masvingo

Matabeleland North Province

Districts of Matabeleland North

Matabeleland South Province

Districts of Matabeleland South

Midlands Province

Districts of Midlands

See also

External links

  • Statoids on Districts of Zimbabwe
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