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Hwange District

Hwange District is an administrative district in northwestern Zimbabwe, in southern Africa.[1]

Location

The district is located in Matabeleland North Province, in northwest ZImbabwe, bordering Botswana and the Republic of Zambia. Its main town, Hwange, is located about 100 kilometres (62 mi), by road, southeast west of Victoria, the nearest large city.[2]

Overview

Chegutu District is primarily a mining district. Large coal deposits are found in the district and sevelal large coal mines are located there, including Hwange Colliery, the largest coal mine in Zimbabwe. The district headquarters is located in Hwange, a city which lies of the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls Road, (Highway A-8), with an estimated population of 33,210 as of 2004.[3]

Population

The current population of Hwange District is not publicly known. The next national population census in Zimbabwe is scheduled from 18 August 2012 through 28 August 2012.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ Hwange District (Approved) at GEOnet Names Server, United States National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  2. ^ Map Showing Hwange And Victoria Falls With Distance Marker
  3. ^ Population Estimate of Hwange In 2004
  4. ^ Next Population Census In Zimbawe Scheduled For August 2012



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