Chitungwiza - known colloquially as Chi Town - is a high-density dormitory town in Zimbabwe. The town is approximately 30 kilometres south of the capital, Harare. It was formed in 1978 from three townships: Seke, Zengeza, and St Marys.
Chitungwiza has several suburbs. Seke is an aggregation of many sections whilst Zengeza is comprised of 5 different sub-sections; Zengeza 1 to 5. St Mary's is near the Chitungwiza Shopping Complex which is popularly known as the "Town Centre" (which in turn is located in Seke's Unit "D". In Seke there is "Makoni" which is a smaller shopping centre which houses several flea markets and a bus depot. There are more than 15 different housing estates in Seke which are named after the alphabet. There is Unit A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, and Unit P. The houses are mostly high density detached units of single storey with a small yard that is generally used for growing vegetables and during the summer rainy season also corn (maize) known locally (from [www.wikipedia.org](http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chitungwiza).