Definition funny of Zimbabwe:

urbanA country, because of 1400% inflation, everyone's a millionaire.

urbanA supermarket in downtown Harare, Zimbabwe: Eggs: $2 million Bread: $5 million Meat: $10 million A new currency: Priceless.

urbanPreviously called Rhodesia, Zimbabwe geographicaly lies in Southern Africa, North of South Africa and between Botswana and Mocambique. The name originated from the famous "Zimbabwe Ruins" in the country and was addopted in 1980 when the country became independent. The ruling party of Zimbabwe, ZANU(PF), (which stands for "Zimbabwe African National Union Patriotic Front") has been in power since 1980 and was originaly heralded as a liberating and heroic force. Under the rule of Robert Mugabe, president since independince, the country has slowly been deteriating. At independince, Zimbabwe had a flourishing economy based on agriculture as well as an opertunity to construct a new and free political arena, particularly after the era of white rule. This opertunity was passed by as the rulling party started to remove any democratic oposition or barrier to their mantainince power. Recently the situation has escalated to a human rights tragady. Under the governments "Land Redistribution Scheme," land that had been leagly owned by white farmers has systematicly been ocupied and eventualy taken over. In the prosses people have been thretened, beaten and killed. Although the government originaly had no ofical conection to any of the violece, many of the warlords and guerilla groups are either sponsered or run by ranking officals. However, the police force and army made no move to stem the growing violence, and has even started to participate in the occupation. ZANU(PF) has tried to justify its actions by claiming the it is only reclaming land that was originaly owned by the native black population. Despite this though, the government has renounced all of the farm hands who worked on the white owned farms. These workers are almost exclusively black and are being forced to live in the wilderness in barrent and appaling conditions. For most of them the farms represented the sole form of income and even if they did now have some refuge, they would have no meens to support themselves. Dispite the hidiously unatractive political enviroment, Zimbabwe is a country rich with natural beauty. It has an abundance of wildlife and stunning scenery. To add to this, there are huge reserves of natural resources in the country, as well as some potentialy extreemely productive land. In essence, Zimbabwe is a butiful country that has been sabatouged by a few powerhungry dictators and diserves better.

urbanZimbabwe (Zim) Capital: Harare Rulling Party: ZANU(PF) Opisition Party: MDC (Movment for Democratic Change) Currency: Zimbabwean Dollar Current Human Rights and Political State: A Bloody Mess

urbanProbably the country with the biggest potential but the worst possible leaders. For every person there is 2 dictators, 8 underfed children, and 20 illegal immagrants in South - Africa. They are also world leaders in destroying themselves, by killing the only sources of food.

urbanRobert: Kill all farmers in Zimbabwe and i will give you food. Sipho: OK (kills farmers) Robert: OMW now we dont have food, ill have to call the UN. Sipho: Who must i kill next? Jeremiah: Come Tjonga, we dont have food. Tjonga: what are we going to go Jeremiah? Jeremiah: We are gonna kill farmers who give us food so that in 2 years everyone in this country will starve to death. Tjonga: Sounds like a great idea, ill follow you.

urban1)An African country. 2)A friend to always count on. 3)Someone who will always be there. 4)A bone-jumping bad-a** chick. 5)A person that almost speaks Spanish fluently. 6)Someone who hates to play hockey. 7)A good tour guide. 8)A gal with large cha-chas. *May also be shortened to Zimbo or Babwe


Songs about Zimbabwe:

songsZimbabwe by Oliver Mtukudzi from the Album Shanda

songsZimbabwe by New Navy from the Album Uluwatu

songsZimbabwe (Live at the Stanley Theatre - 9/23/1980) by Bob Marley from the Album Live Forever: The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, September 23, 1980

songsZimbabwe by Bob Marley from the Album Survival

songsZimbabwe by Papa Whaseh from the Album Zimbabwe

songsZimbabwe (Flume Remix) by New Navy from the Album Zimbabwe (Flume Remix)

songsZimbabwe by Abdullah Ibrahim from the Album Ibrahim, Abdullah: South Africa


Books about Zimbabwe:

booksZimbabwe by Lincoln Hughes (Sep 30, 2005)

booksZimbabwe A Simple History by Mark Igoe and Paul Hubbard (Nov 23, 2012)

booksThe Zimbabwe UFO Encounter by Aylmer Von Fleischer (Feb 25, 2013)

booksZimbabwe's International Re-Engagement: The Long Haul to Recovery by Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble (Nov 1, 2014)

booksFifteen Times around the World: A lion bit me in Zimbabwe, and other travel adventures by Andy Schön (Sep 23, 2014)

booksTransient Workspaces: Technologies of Everyday Innovation in Zimbabwe (Mobility Studies) by Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga (Sep 19, 2014)

booksZimbabwe by John Parker (Jun 6, 2013)


Movies about Zimbabwe:

moviesNature Wonders VICTORIA FALLS Zimbabwe 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com

moviesZimbabwe 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 30 mins Directed by: New Dimension Media

moviesGlobe Trekker - Africa - Zimbabwe, Botswana & Namibia 2013 NR - Runtime: 49 mins Directed by: Unavailable

moviesStrike Back: Season 1 2012 R - Runtime: 10 hrs Starring: Eva Birthistle, Philip Winchester, et al.

moviesZimbabwe Gem of Africa 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 34 mins Directed by: Video Promotions Zimbabwe

moviesHear Us: Women Affected by Political Violence in Zimbabwe Speak Out (Universities) 2011 NR - Runtime: 16 mins Directed by: Kudakwashe Chitsike and Bukeni Waruzi

moviesHear Us: Women Affected by Political Violence in Zimbabwe Speak Out 2011 NR - Runtime: 16 mins Directed by: Kudakwashe Chitsike and Bukeni Waruzi


Wiki information Zimbabwe:

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Zimbabwe, officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique...

Zimbabwe national cricket team
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The Zimbabwean cricket team is the team that represents Zimbabwe in international cricket. It is administered by Zimbabwe Cricket. Zimbabwe is a full member of the International Cricket Council with Test and One Day International status.