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Old Marimba Park Suburb was a Smith’s Rhodesian Government initiative which began in 1961 as a 766 acres designated area for the Elite African Millionaires to establish their mansions (182 stands were initially made available) as they were not allowed to buy property in the low density suburbs such as Borrowdale, Highlands and Chisipite. This was on the seperate but equal policy. Prime Minister [[Abel Muzorewa]], General [[Josiah Tongogara]] lived here.
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Old Marimba Park Suburb (Kuma Judah) was a Smith’s Rhodesian Government initiative which began in 1961 as a 766 acres designated area for the Elite African Millionaires to establish their mansions (182 stands were initially made available) as they were not allowed to buy property in the low density suburbs such as Borrowdale, Highlands and Chisipite. This was on the seperate but equal policy. Prime Minister [[Abel Muzorewa]], General [[Josiah Tongogara]] lived here.
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Old Marimba Park Suburb (Kuma Judah) was a Smith’s Rhodesian Government initiative which began in 1961 as a 766 acres designated area for the Elite African Millionaires to establish their mansions (182 stands were initially made available) as they were not allowed to buy property in the low density suburbs such as Borrowdale, Highlands and Chisipite. This was on the seperate but equal policy. Prime Minister Abel Muzorewa, General Josiah Tongogara lived here.