Umtali


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Umtali

(ʊmˈtɑːlɪ)
n
(Placename) the former name (until 1982) of Mutare
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Places such as St Stephen's Secondary School, and Umtali (now Mutare) are actual places in Zimbabwe.
Donal Lamont (1911-2003) was Catholic bishop of Umtali in colonial Southern Rhodesia.
Close, Saigon Journal 1942-1945, Chimhenga, Umtali South, August 28, 1952, Imperial War Museum, "Entry of 8-6-1942," and Ch.
The news came as plans were put in hand for a memorial service to be held in Birmingham for the 12 people -four of them children -slaughtered at a school near Umtali by guerillas.
Rhodesia had in the past received oil through three primary routes: by road, across the Beit Bridge from South Africa; by rail, through Mozambique from either South Africa or the port of Lourenco Marques (now Maputo); and by pipeline, carrying crude oil from Beira to the Rhodesian refinery in Umtali.