City of Harare
Found in Southern Africa, Harare is Zimbabwe’s capital city with a population of around 2 million. It is also the commercial capital of the country. The British founded the city in 1890 and called it Salisbury. When Zimbabwe gained independence in the early 1980’s, the name was changed to Harare after a Shona chief, Neharawa.
Harare is a fairly cosmopolitan capital with an excellent climate. It is easy to walk around central Harare; there are lots of shops, parks, banks and restaurants in the city centre as well as high-rise office buildings. A very beautiful and serene city, Harare is definitely a place worth living.
Shona and English are the most common languages spoken in Harare.