Surface:390,580 sq km
System of government: parliamentary democracy
Religion: syncretic (part Christian, part indigenous beliefs) 50%25, Christian 25%25, indigenous beliefs 24%25, Muslim and other 1%25
Government: parliamentary democracy
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My family and I are from Australia but lived in the suburb of Epworth for 10 months during 2012. The people there were resoundingly kind, friendly and welcoming. The rich side of town is like another world compared to Epworth. People live like kings and queens in their walled mansions: with multiple servants, BMW's, high fences, security alarms, latest technology and dinner parties. If you want luxury, there is plenty available in Harare but if you want to experience gracious warmth and hospitality, it might be necessary to go further afield. HIFA is brilliant. Combi transport is fine but accidents are not uncommon. Harare National Art Gallery is worth a look.
The safest, nice but under developed city against all its potential. Culturaly rich and talented people. Has the potential to become the greatest city in the sadc and is located at a very strategic point. DON'T MISS THE OLD BULAWAYO RUINS AND A VIRIETY OF BEAUTIFULL OLD BUILDINGS, PLUS THE CITY AND THE RAIL WAYS MUSIEMS. I WOULDNT FORGET TO RECOMEND YOU TO GO AND WATCH THE GREATEST, OLDEST AND A TEAM THAT HAS ROOTS TO THE NDEBELE KING LOBENGULA. HIGHLANDERS FOOTBALL CLUB AND GET A TEST OF THE AMAZING ELECTRICAL ATMOSPHERE AT EMAGUMENI STADIUM AND YOU WOULD HAVE KNOWN THE PEOPLE OF BULAWAYOBECAUSE FOR PEPLE HERE SUPPORTING HIGHLANDER IS NOT A HABIT BUT A CULTURE.