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Masvingo is the capital of the Masvingo Province of Zimbabwe. It has a population of approximately 60,000 (2002). Categories: Africa geography stubs | Provinces of Zimbabwe ...

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Masvingo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (166 words)
Masvingo is the capital of the Masvingo Province of Zimbabwe.
Masvingo is the oldest colonial settlement in Zimbabwe, and grew up around the encampment established in 1890 by the Pioneer Column en route to their eventual destination, Salisbury.
The Old Fort national monument is located in the centre of town, and was erected in 1891 as one of a series of fortifications to guard the route from Salisbury to the south.
BBC NEWS | World | Africa | Zimbabwe votes: Masvingo (1507 words)
Uniformed forces in Masvingo have already finished casting their votes and the opposition MDC has cried foul over the way the soldiers and policemen voted ahead of the weekend poll.
Police in Masvingo yesterday confirmed that they were casting their votes ahead of the weekend presidential polls amid reports the ruling Zanu-PF party was attempting to rig the election.
Masvingo urban is an MDC stronghold where the MP Silas Mangono trounced Zanu-PF's Dzikamai Mavhaire in the June 2000 parliamentary elections.
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