ZimbabweZimbabwe in a native language there means “houses of stone” by the Shona people. Itis a little bigger then Montana.LanguagesThe languages in Zimbabwe are English, Shona,and Ndebele.ClimateThe climate is 66 degrees Farhenheit on average.Victoria FallsThe locals call Victoria Falls Mosi-oa-tunya (“the smoke that thunders”). At 1708 meterstall it is the largest curtain of water in the world.FoodThe primary food in Zimbabwe is Maize cooked up and boiled different ways andmashed into a porridge and served with greens or meat with ground nut sauce . Foodseaten all the time are groundnuts bollixed or roasted ,caterpillars termites and milk arejust some exapels.TraditionsIn Zimbabwe they use totems to identify different tribes or to show pride. 44% of thepopulation is Christians yet some still believe in ghosts and sprits and honoring thedead, And witches are a way to the dead. Some churches allow a lose translation ofthe bible where this kind of belief is attecpted.SportsFavorite sports in Zimbabwe include soccer, rugby,and cricket. Some other ones aregolf swimming and hand ball.
EconomyThe economy is growing at a rate of 5% with a GDP of $6.906 billion (2012). Its majorexports are platinum, cotton, tobacco, gold and ferroalloys. Major imports includetransport equipment, chemicals, fuels and food.