Kwekwe or Kwe Kwe, formerly spelt Que Que, is a city in central Zimbabwe. It is located in the centre of the country (Midlands province)—roughly equidistant from Harare to the northeast and Bulawayo to the southwest. Its population stood at 47,607 in 1982, 75,425 in 1992 and the preliminary result of the 2002 census suggests a current population of 88,000. It is a centre for steel and fertilizer production in the country.
Kwekwe and neighbouring Redcliff are the headquarters of Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (ZISCO), the country's largest steelworks. It also hosts the Zimbabwe Iron and Smelting Company, the largest ferrochrome producer, and one of the biggest power processing plants, ZESA-Munyati.kwekwe is Zimbabwe's richest city in terms of minerals