The word "Churu" in Zim slang is used in reference to Churchill School which is located at Nigel Philip Ave, Eastlea South Harare, Zimbabwe.

The school itself doesn't have co-education so it's only for boys but it also has boarding facilities for those who don't want to be day scholars.

As for their school uniforms, they wear purple blazers, grey trousers, and black shoes.

Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Mdara makadzidza kupi?"
  • Person 2 -- "Gwazhi ndakaitira paChuru ndopatanga tiri."

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