Zimbabwe and Botswana
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.
In 2015, the growing work in Madagascar was placed under the care of Zimbabwe Territory and was officially inaugurated on 28 October 2016.
The Salvation Army was officially recognised in Botswana in 1997 and on 1 April 2017 the territory was renamed the Zimbabwe and Botswana Territory.
Commissioner Wayne Bungay - Territorial Commander (1 September 2020)
Commissioner Deborah Bungay - Territorial President for Women's Ministries
Colonel Francis Nyakusamwa - Chief Secretary
Colonel Juliet Nyakusamwa - Territorial Secretary for Women's Ministries
45 Josiah Chinamano Avenue
PO Box 14
Tel:  (4) 736666/7/8, 250107/8
Officers - 686 (active - 564 retired - 122)
Envoys - 14 Cadets - 22 Employees - 1,274
Corps - 453 Outposts - 567
Senior Soldiers - 136,888 Adherents - 5,832 Junior Soldiers - 18,519
Countries included in the territory: Botswana, Madagascar, Zimbabwe
Languages in which the gospel is preached: Chitonga, English, Ndebele, Shona, Tswana