Twinning Agreement signed 1986
Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe, after the capital Harare. Known as the 'City of Kings', Bulawayo is located in Matabeleland and was formerly regarded as the industrial and business capital of Zimbabwe. It has a population of around 2 million people. The official language of Zimbabwe is English, but other main languages include Shona and Nolebele.
Two of Bulawayo's major tourist attractions are Matopas National Park and Kame Ruins (late Iron Age Ruins) which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It also houses in its city centre a Natural History Museum, Railway Museum and Bulawayo Art Gallery.
Aberdeen Bulawayo Trust, a registered charity which provides humanitarian assistance and supports Bulawayans with medicines, educational materials and other practical assistance.