A18 Road is a national road running from Gweru to Zvishavane/A9 Highway junction in central Zimbabwe. It begins in Gweru at the roundabout where 7th Street ends. 19.459343°S 29.824091°E / -19.459343; 29.824091 (A18_Gweru end) and ends at the intersection with A9/P7 Highway just after Zvishavane town. 20.314217°S 30.05247°E / -20.314217; 30.05247 (A18_Gweru end)
A18 Road (Zimbabwe) Wikipedia
The road runs through the chrome mining town of Shurugwi to the asbestos famous Zvishavane mines.
From Gweru after Boterekwa Pass in Shurugwi Chachacha Road branches to the left. 19.748297°S 30.020735°E / -19.748297; 30.020735 (A18 Chachacha Turn-off) This road runs past Chachacha Growth Point to Chivi. 20.3051°S 30.504982°E / -20.3051; 30.504982 (Chivi, Zimbabwe) From Chivi the road continues to a point known as the "Chivi Turn-off" along the A4 Highway/R1 Highway that runs from Harare to Beitbridge via Masvingo. 20.401743°S 30.680878°E / -20.401743; 30.680878 (A4_Chivi Turn-off) This is at Toll Plaza number 22 on the A4 Highway 45 km south-west of Masvingo ), to also catch up with vehicles from this road. 20.4153°S 30.6850°E / -20.4153; 30.6850 (A4_Tollgate no: 22_Chivi Turn-off)Runde River 19.945515°S 29.967405°E / -19.945515; 29.967405 (A18_Runde River Bridge)