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'''Midlands Province''' is one of the ten [[Zimbabwe Provinces]]. It has an area of 49,166 square kilometres (18,983 sq mi) and a population of 1,614,941 according to the 2012 census. It is home to various peoples. The province also has a blend of [[Shona]], [[Ndebele]], [[Tswana]], [[Suthu]], [[Chewa]] among various other languages spoken in Zimbabwe. Its administrative capital is [[Gweru]].  
 
'''Midlands Province''' is one of the ten [[Zimbabwe Provinces]]. It has an area of 49,166 square kilometres (18,983 sq mi) and a population of 1,614,941 according to the 2012 census. It is home to various peoples. The province also has a blend of [[Shona]], [[Ndebele]], [[Tswana]], [[Suthu]], [[Chewa]] among various other languages spoken in Zimbabwe. Its administrative capital is [[Gweru]].  
  
[[Gweru]] is the third largest city in Zimbabwe, followed by [[Kwekwe]], a town with some of the richest industries in Zimbabwe. Both mining and manufacturing occur here - gold mines and [[Sable Chemicals]].
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[[Gweru]] is the third largest city in Zimbabwe, followed by [[Kwekwe]], a town with some of the richest industries in Zimbabwe. Both mining and manufacturing occur here - [[Gold]] mines and [[Sable Chemicals]].
  
  

Latest revision as of 09:30, 3 June 2021

Midlands Province
Population
 (2012)
1,614,941

Midlands Province is one of the ten Zimbabwe Provinces. It has an area of 49,166 square kilometres (18,983 sq mi) and a population of 1,614,941 according to the 2012 census. It is home to various peoples. The province also has a blend of Shona, Ndebele, Tswana, Suthu, Chewa among various other languages spoken in Zimbabwe. Its administrative capital is Gweru.

Gweru is the third largest city in Zimbabwe, followed by Kwekwe, a town with some of the richest industries in Zimbabwe. Both mining and manufacturing occur here - Gold mines and Sable Chemicals.


Districts

Midlands Province is divided into 8 districts:

Population

It is home to about 1 614 941 people (figures as at 2012).

See High Schools Of Zimbabwe.

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