This is the second-largest city in Zimbabwe, and also the capital of Matabeleland. Bulawayo means place of slaughter since it is the site where the King of the Ndebele fought his rivals.
The people of Bulawayo speak three languages namely English, Ndebele, and Shona. Amongst the three languages, Ndebele is the most widely spoken and this is attributed to the fact that the Ndebele are the dominant tribe in the city.
In the City of Kings, it is only right that you party like one. The Bulawayo nightlife does not disappoint with amazing Djs on the deck spinning to your heart and feet’s content.
Life here is however slow and quiet. Nevertheless, the residents are known to be friendly and they assimilate people quite easily leaving you with a sense of belonging.
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The Bulawayo business centre is where Zimbabwean prostitutes assemble to offer their services particularly between 10th avenue and 12th Avenue along Tongogara Street, including Robert Mugabe and Samuel Parirenyatwa Streets.
Young Zimbabwean girls as young as 16 years are in this trade. Most of them have attained formal education but because of lack of employment, they have resorted to prostitution to make ends meet. The prostitutes are harassed by police officers physically and sexually.
However, there are some who have a university education and have signed up with escort websites in Zimbabwe in order to meet new people. Book them on Exotic Zimbabwe and have a time of your lifetime.