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Coordinates: 18°24′39″S29°25′52″E / 18.410786°S 29.431038°E / -18.410786; 29.431038 Mabura Ward is ward number 6 of the 33 wards in Zibagwe Rural District Council of Kwekwe District. It is in Zhombe Communinal Land in Midlands Province of Zimbabwe. It is 100 km north-west-north of Kwekwe and 73 km south-west of Kadoma. Its center is at Bee Mine Township but the sitting councillor operates from Samambwa Township.

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Zhombe Ward 6 map Zhombe Mabura Ward.jpg
Zhombe Ward 6 map

Municipality

The Zibagwe Rural District Council runs the ward and at present the ward is represented by a male councillor, on a ZANU-PF ticket.

Shopping centers

Schools

Primary

Bee Mine Primary School

Bee Mine Primary School was established in 1969.

Samambwa Primary School

Samambwa Primary School is a co-educational school 19 km northeast of Empress Columbina Township. ( 18°19′20″S29°27′14″E / 18.32223°S 29.453781°E / -18.32223; 29.453781 (Samambwa Primary School) ) It was established in 1964. [1]

Samambwa Primary School offers primary educational services from Grade 1 to 7 over seven years. The age group for pupils is 6 to 13 years. Compulsory subjects are English, mathematics, and Shona. The school also offers various non-examinable practical subjects which include arts and craft, home economics, music, sports and physical education. These practicals are offered according to the school resources. [2]

Graduates from this school proceed to Samambwa Secondary School a hundred metres south for a four-year GCE O-Level course.

Somapani Primary School

Somapani Primary School was established in 1966. [3]

Secondary

Health center

Other important places

Notable residents

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