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Encyclopedia > Mashonaland

Mashonaland is a region in northern Zimbabwe. It is the home of the Shona people. Shona (or ChiShona) is a native language of Zimbabwe; the term is also used to identify those Bantu tribes in Southern Africa who speak one of the Shona languages. ...


Nowadays, Mashonaland is divided into three provinces, with a total population of about 3 million:


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Mashonaland County Districts v Mashonaland at Harare, 8-10 Dec 1995 (141 words)
Mashonaland County Districts v Mashonaland at Harare, 8-10 Dec 1995
Result: Mashonaland Country Districts won by 2 wickets
Points: Mashonaland Country Districts 27 pts, Mashonaland 15.8 pts
BBC NEWS | Africa | Zimbabwe votes: Mashonaland (1874 words)
Sources in Mashonaland contacted by phone from Harare have said there was a lot of tension among the people as the counting of the votes got under way today.
During the two days of balloting in Mashonaland, MDC supporters said they were afraid to come out in the open, and attended Zanu-PF meetings for their own safety.
Thousands of his supporters were bussed in from all over the province and from the capital, Harare, to hear him say they would bury the MDC and all their puppets with a resounding win in the election.
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