Chitungwiza South

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Chitungwiza South is a parliamentary constituency in the city-province of Harare in Zimbabwe. It covers a part of Chitungwiza, a dormitory town of Harare.

In 2008, the MDC-Tsvangirai's Misheck Shoko was elected MP for the constituency, defeating ZANU-PF's Chikavange Chigumba, MDC-Mutambara's Rosemary Mutore, independent candidate Farai Manyepxa, ZPPDP candidate Foreward Ngwindingwindi and ZDP candidate Costa Gombera.