ZIMBABWE

A pioneer party, led by Major and Mrs Pascoe, set out from Kimberley, South Africa, on 5 May 1891 in a wagon drawn by 18 oxen, arriving in Fort Salisbury on 18 November. The then Rhodesia became a separate territory on 1 May 1931. Work spread to Botswana where The Salvation Army was officially recognised in 1997.


Territorial Headquarters: 45 Josiah Chinamano Avenue, Harare


Postal address:

  • PO Box 14
    Harare
    Zimbabwe


tel: [263] (4) 736666/7/8, 250107/8
fax: [263] (4) 726658
email: ZIM_Leadership@zim.salvationarmy.org
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Countries included in the territory: Botswana, Zimbabwe

Languages in which the gospel is preached: Chitonga, English, Ndebele, Shona, Tswana

Periodicals: Zimbabwe Salvationist, ZEST (Women’s Magazine)


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