Glen Norah, Harare

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Glen Norah is a high-density suburb in Harare, Zimbabwe.

The suburb borders with Glen View and Highfield townships. Highfield is regarded to be where the fight for the liberation struggle began. Glen Norah is divided into three sections A, B and C, with A bordering with Glen View. Glen Norah C is along the High Glen Road towards Chitungwiza/Beatrice Road and also borders Highfield. Glen Norah B is in the middle of A and C.

Glen Norah has been the home of some notable Zimbabweans, including Stunner, Alexio Kawara, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga, and the former Kaizer Chiefs soccer star Tinashe Nengomasha.

Glen Norah is home to seven primary schools: Ruvheneko, Infill, Kudakwashe, Zuvarabuda, Shiriyedenga, Chembira, Glen Norah Seven, and Glen Norah Nine, all which offer kindergarten through grade seven.

There are two public secondary schools in Glen Norah, with only Glen Norah One offering A-levels. St. Peter's Kubatana is also in Glen Norah, a work of the Jesuits which goes back to 1963 and includes a technical school.

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Coordinates: 17°54′S 30°58′E / 17.900°S 30.967°E / -17.900; 30.967