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The Great Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls , Zimbabwe

The Wild Life

Kariba Dam

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Welcome Note by the Ambassador

Welcome Note
Welcome, Mauya, Silamukele, to the Embassy of the Republic of Zimbabwe to the United States of America in Washington, DC. The Embassy is the official representative of Government, charged with the important tas...

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National Flag

The flag of Zimbabwe was accepted on 22 March 1980 and was first raised at the midnight on 17/18 April to mark independence. It has a gold Zimbabwe bird superimposed on a five pointed red star which is situated on a white triangle at the hoist of the flag. The remainder of the flag consists of seven horizontal stripes which are all equal in width and from top to bottom they are green, gold(yellow), red, black, red, gold(yellow), and green. The stripes are separated from the white triangle by a thin black line.

 

Meanings of the colours on the flag are as follows:

  • Green represents vegetation and agriculture.
  • Yellow/Gold represents the country's mineral wealth.
  • Red represents the blood shed during the war of the liberation
  • Black represents the black majority
  • White triangle represents peace.
  • Zimbabwe Bird represents the National Emblem.
  • Red Star represents the nation's aspirations.

 

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Zimbabwe is endowed with abundant mineral, agricultural, tourist, natural resources and highly skilled workforce.Foreign investment is most welcome, especially where it will generate export earnings, creates employment, lead to the transfer of technology and skills and improve access to foreign markets.

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Zimbabwe is a famous tourist destination in Africa and boasts of a number of internationally renowned tourist attractions and a favourable year round weather condition. The best known and biggest tourist attraction in the Victoria Falls where Zambezi River plunges into 106 meter deep gorge which runs for 1.6 kilometres across the path of the river.

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