Chishawasha

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Chishawasha is the name of a Roman Catholic Jesuit mission located about 25 km east of Harare, Zimbabwe. The mission was founded by the Jesuit priest Father Francis Richartz in 1892 on a large farm.[1] The mission has 3 schools - Chishawasha Primary School, a secondary school for girls called St Dominic's' Chishawasha as well as a mostly-boys school called Saint Ignatius College (Zimbabwe). There is also Regional Major Seminary for diocesan priests from Zimbabwe and Botswana.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chengetai J.M. Zvobgo. A History of Zimbabwe, 1890-2000 and Postscript, Zimbabwe, 2001-2008, p.30.
  2. ^ Mission. Accessed 1 April 2016.