List of wards of Zimbabwe

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The Districts of Zimbabwe are divided into 1,200 municipal wards. The wards are listed below, by district: Kenilworth is under Bubi district There is a high school Mangubeni high Where Pretty Ndlovu the last daughter of war veteran Mack Mackie Ndlovu. It's a Resettlement from 1990

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Beitbridge District

Bikita District

Bindura District

Binga District

Bubi District

Buhera District

Bulawayo District

Bulilimamangwe District

Chegutu District

Chikomba District

Chimanimani District

Chipinge District

Chiredzi District

Chirumhanzu District

Chivi District

Gokwe North District

Gokwe South District

Goromonzi District

Guruve District

Gutu District

Gwanda District

Gweru District

Harare District

Hurungwe District

Hwange District

Hwedza District

Insiza District

Kadoma District

Kariba District

Kwekwe District

Lupane District

Makonde District

Makoni District

Marondera District

Masvingo District

Matobo District

Mazowe District

Mberengwa District

Mudzi District

Mount Darwin District

Murehwa District

Mutare District

Mutasa District

Mutoko District

Muzarabani District

Mwenezi District

Nkayi District

Nyanga District

Rushinga District

Seke District

Shamva District

Shurugwi District

Tsholotsho District

Umguza District

Umzingwane District

Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe

Zvimba District

Zvishavane District

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