Tagged: Zimbabwe

According to wholevehicles, Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in the southern part of Africa. It is bordered by Mozambique to the east, Botswana to the west, Zambia to the north, and South Africa to the south. The country is divided into three distinct geographical regions. The Great Dyke Plateau lies in the middle of the country and is characterized by highlands and rolling hills. This area has rich deposits of minerals including gold, platinum, nickel and copper. To the east lies an area of low-lying plains and rivers called Mashonaland. This region has some of Zimbabwe’s most fertile soil and is home to some of its most important agricultural activities such as cotton farming, dairy farming, and tobacco production. The third region is Matabeleland which consists mostly of dry savanna grassland and bushvelds with few rivers or streams. In this region you can find vast herds of wildlife such as elephants, lions, giraffes, zebra’s and other animals that roam freely in their natural habitats. Zimbabwe also has a number of mountains including Mount Nyangani which stands at 8600 feet above sea level as well as many other smaller peaks throughout the country’s interior. There are also several large lakes that are fed by numerous rivers that flow through Zimbabwe’s diverse landscape providing much needed water for both human consumption and agriculture use. See paulfootwear for weather information in Zimbabwe.

Harare, Zimbabwe

Climate and Weather in Harare, Zimbabwe

The climate of Harare Harare is the capital of the African country of Zimbabwe. Founded in 1890, the town was originally called (Fort) Salisbury. President Robert Mugabe changed the name to Harare in the...