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What is the capital of Zimbabwe?

What is the capital of Zimbabwe?
  1. Does Zimbabwe have a capital?
  2. Is Zimbabwe a poor country?
  3. What is the capital city of South Africa?
  4. What is the richest country in Africa?
  5. What is the poorest country in Africa?

Does Zimbabwe have a capital?

Harare, formerly Salisbury, capital of Zimbabwe, lying in the northeastern part of the country. The city was founded in 1890 at the spot where the British South Africa Company's Pioneer Column halted its march into Mashonaland; it was named for Lord Salisbury, then British prime minister.

Is Zimbabwe a poor country?

Poverty affects 76.3% of Zimbabwean children living in rural areas as of 2020. Roughly 74% of the population lives on less than $5.50 a day and the average wage per month is $253. Half of Zimbabwe's 13.5 million people live below the food poverty line and about 3.5 million children are chronically hungry.

What is the capital city of South Africa?

South Africa has three cities that serve as capitals: Pretoria (executive), Cape Town (legislative), and Bloemfontein (judicial). Johannesburg, the largest urban area in the country and a centre of commerce, lies at the heart of the populous Gauteng province.

What is the richest country in Africa?

In terms of total GDP (PPP INT$), Egypt wins out as the richest country in Africa for 2021. With 104 million people, Egypt is Africa's third-most populous country. Egypt is also a mixed economy strong in tourism, agriculture, and fossil fuels, with an emerging information and communications technology sector.

What is the poorest country in Africa?

Information verified by Business Insider Africa showed that Burundi is currently the poorest country not only in Africa, but the entire world. Burundi has a GDP per capita of $771 and a GNI per capita of $270.

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