Zimbabwe
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EDM code : Etudiants Du Monde / Students of the World.
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Zimbabwe - Physical geography

Area : 390 750 Km2
Water : 1 %
Lands under cultivation : 7 %
Wild pasture lands : 12 %
Forests : 49 %

Min. Height : 162 m (Save River)
Max. Height : 2592 m (Mt Inyanga)


Zimbabwe - Climate
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Rainfall (mm) in Harare
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Zimbabwe - People
Nationality : Zimbabwean
Main language(s) : English, Shona (71%), Ndebele (16%)

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Population (2005) : 13 010 000 people
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Density : 33 people / Km2
Fertility rate : 3.4 children / woman
Life expectancy : 37 years
Urban population : 35 %

Main cities :
1 300 000 people Harare (ex Salisbury) (capital)
680 000 people Bulawayo
145 000 people Mutare
140 000 people Gweru
60 000 people Kwekwe
50 000 people Kadoma
35 000 people Masvingo


Zimbabwe - Economy
Currency : Dollar (ZWD) = 100 Cents
Rate of exchange (Sept.2004) :

1 Euro = 6 580 Dollars (ZWD)

GDP (Gross Domestic Product), 2002 : 19.3 billion dollars
GDP per capita, 2002 : 1483 dollars
GNP (Gross National Product), 2005 : 4.46 billion dollars
GNP per capita, 2005 : 343 dollars


Zimbabwe - Miscellaneous information
MAIN NATURAL RESOURCES (world rank 2002) :
- Tobacco (6)
- Tea (16)
- Cotton (25)
- Sugar cane (30)
- Millet
- Nickel (17)
- Coal (21)
- Gold (23)
- Phosphate (25)
RECORDS :
- in full flood (February-April) the massive Victoria Falls on the river forms the world's largest curtain of falling water


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