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The Harare Memorial is located within the African plot of Harare (Pioneer) Cemetery. The memorial now commemorates by name 38 men of the British South Africa Police and 28 of the Rhodesia Native Regiment who fell in the First World War. The nearby Harare Park Memorial, an obelisk erected to the honour of South Rhodesian native soldiers by their government, was the former commemoration point for those now commemorated by name on the Harare Memorial.
From Unity Square (town centre) proceed 200 metres on 2nd Street and turn right into Jason Mayo Avenue. Proceed for 2 kilometres keeping to the right, and turn left at the lights into Rotten Row. Proceed for a further 2 kilometres, passing over a large flyover. At the crossroads turn right and the entrance to the Cemetery will be found 200 metres further along on the right.
Harare (Pioneer) Cemetery is open between 06:00 to 18:00.
Officers and men of Rhodesian units who fell in the Great War and whose graves are not known, and of the Northern Rhodesian native carriers who fell in the Great War and whose names and graves are alike unknown, are commemorated on the Abercorn, Livingstone Camp and Harare Memorials.