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Chikomba District

Chikomba is a district of Zimbabwe. Chikomba has a high number of land mines in its areas. Chikomba has applied for elevation from district to town status. Grace Mugabe and other politicians are from Chikomba.

In the 2000 general election a major figure of Zimbabwean politics stood down in this constituency.

Prominent People from Chikomba

∘Norman Hamandishe

  • Zekiya Mudimu
  • Marlon Misihairabwi

Wilmos Tafadzwa Mafuse

  • Teresa Dangwa

Villages & Townships

  • Chandiwana Village
  • Chafa/Musoni Village
  • Mwerenga Village
  • Chirisa Village
  • Masvaure Village
  • Huchu Village
  • Mungonhi Village
  • Chirasauta Township
  • Chisango Village
  • Mtekedza Township
  • Masasa Township
  • Warikandwa Township
  • Nhidza Village
  • Nharira
  • Guvakuva
  • Magamba
  • Madamombe Township
  • Mudavanhu
  • Madziire
  • Manyene
  • Maronda Mashanu
  • Rupere-Musonza
  • Sadza
  • Sengwe
  • Masasa


  • Gandami
  • Mboe
  • Majumba
  • Matirige
  • Mutoro
  • Mupatsi
  • Daramombe
  • Wazvaremhaka
  • Govere
  • Zvamatobwe
  • Govere
  • Chisangano
  • Maware Township
  • Shumba Township
  • Gava village
  • Unyetu

Mutusva village


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