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Cresta Churchill Hotel 0. Moffat Ave, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Website: Holiday Inn Bulawayo 0. This area is now the site of many of the most important government buildings, including the Senate House and the Office of the Prime Minister, now renamed for the use of the President after the position was abolished in January Salisbury was the capital of the self-governing British colony of Southern Rhodesia from , and of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland from to Subsequently, the nation became the short-lived state of Zimbabwe Rhodesia , it was not until 18 April that the country was internationally recognised as independent as the Republic of Zimbabwe.

The name of the city was changed to Harare on 18 April , the second anniversary of Zimbabwean independence, taking its name from the village near Harare Kopje of the Shona chief Neharawa, whose nickname was "he who does not sleep".

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In the early 21st century Harare has been adversely affected by the political and economic crisis that is currently plaguing Zimbabwe, after the contested presidential election and parliamentary elections. The elected council was replaced by a government-appointed commission for alleged inefficiency, but essential services such as rubbish collection and street repairs have rapidly worsened, and are now virtually non-existent. In May the Zimbabwean newspaper the Financial Gazette , described the city in an editorial as a "sunshine city-turned-sewage farm".

In May the Zimbabwean government demolished shanties and backyard cottages in Harare and the other cities in the country in Operation Murambatsvina "Drive Out Trash". In late March , Harare's Joina City Tower was finally opened after 14 years of on-off construction, marketed as Harare's new Pride.

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The Economist Intelligence Unit rated Harare as the world's least liveable city out of surveyed in February , [18] rising to th out of in August During late , plans to build a new capital district in Mt. Hampden, about twenty kilometres 12 miles north-west of Harare's central business district, were announced and illustrations shown in Harare's daily newspapers.

The location of this new district would imply an expansion into Zvimba District. The plan generated varied opinions. The city sits on the one of the higher parts of the Highveld plateau of Zimbabwe at an elevation of 1, metres 4, feet. The original landscape could be described as a "parkland". The Northern and North Eastern suburbs of Harare are home to the more affluent population of the city including former president Robert Mugabe who lives in Borrowdale Brooke. The dwellings are mostly low density homes of 3 bedrooms or more and these usually are occupied by families.


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Because the city is situated on a plateau, its high altitude and cool south-easterly airflow cause it to have a climate that is cooler and drier than a tropical or subtropical climate. The average annual temperature is This is due to its high altitude position and the prevalence of a cool south-easterly airflow.


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  • There are three main seasons: The hottest year on record was with Very little rain typically falls during the period May to September, although sporadic showers occur most years. Rainfall varies a great deal from year to year and follows cycles of wet and dry periods from 7 to 10 years long. Records begin in October but all three Harare stations stopped reporting in early The climate supports a natural vegetation of open woodland. The most common tree of the local region is the Msasa Brachystegia spiciformis that colours the landscape wine red with its new leaves in late August.

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    Two introduced species of trees, the Jacaranda and the Flamboyant from South America and Madagascar respectively, which were introduced during the colonial era, contribute to the city's colour palette with streets lined with either the lilac blossoms of the Jacaranda or the flame red blooms from the Flamboyant. Also prevalent is Bougainvillea. Harare has been the location of several international summits such as the 8th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement 6 September and Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting In , Harare hosted most of the 6th All-Africa Games , sharing the event with other Zimbabwean cities such as Bulawayo and Chitungwiza.

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