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Mutare

(muːˈtɑːrɪ)
n
(Placename) a city in E Zimbabwe, near the Mozambique border: rail and trade centre in a mining and tobacco-growing region. Pop: 160 000 (2005 est). Former name (until 1982): Umtali
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Nyadombo, who is a member of the Handmaids of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, a Mutare, Zimbabwe, diocesan religious order with a Carmelite charism, explained that she is working on a research project focused on developing a holistic pastoral approach toward those who are suffering from HIV/AIDS.
Florence Khaxas recently had the opportunity to join young women from Southern Africa in a two-week training on feminism at Africa University in Mutare, Zimbabwe.
Yemba (United Methodist Church in the Democratic Republic of Congo -- Western Conference) is professor of Christian theology and dean of the faculty of theology at Africa University, Mutare, Zimbabwe. He is moderator of the WCC's Faith and Order commission.
Barriers, Challenges, and Opportunities: A Contextual Look at Feminism in Zimbabwe, Marcia Sarratea, University of Nevada; Nyasha Muyambo, prosecutor, Mutare, Zimbabwe; Jaime Anstee, University of Nevada; Deborah Ballard-Reisch, University of Nevada