Minister quizzed over inconsistent statements

Testifying before Gweru provincial magistrate Beaulity Dube, Rwodzi said Cheza (50) incited his supporters to beat her up.
By Stephen Chadenga Mar. 5, 2024

Opinion: Why Rhodes’ grave is such an attraction

I watched with much intrigue as the Tourism minister, Barbara Rwodzi, hosted a number of visitors at Matobo Hills.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Jan. 16, 2024

Toll fees hike stalls domestic tourism: Govt

Rwodzi added that her ministry was pushing for the immediate rehabilitation of the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls Highway that is in a deplorable state.
By Julia Ndlela Jan. 15, 2024

Zim to engage SA over Beitbridge border chaos

Rwodzi went around the border speaking to travellers and distributing water and various goodies to children and adults alike.
By Rex Mphisa Dec. 24, 2023

Only 6 women land Cabinet posts

In a statement, the Women's Academy for Leadership and Political Excellence (Walpe) said the low number of female ministers was a disregard of the constitutional provisions.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 13, 2023

Deputy minister’s assault case takes new twist

Cheza (50) on Friday appeared before Gweru provincial magistrate Tendai Mahwe on Friday charged with inciting public violence.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 3, 2023

Nip violence in the bud

The report by the Zimbabwe Human Rights Monitors Platform says the ruling party accounts for 74% of the reported cases of political violence.
By Newsday Aug. 17, 2023

Minister, police boss in heated tantrum

The supporter is also believed to be part of Rwodzi’s campaign team and was reported for allegedly tearing down CCC posters in the constituency.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 18, 2023

‘Tourism on the rebound’

Rwodzi said areas like Gokwe in the Midlands province had the potential to boost local tourism.
By Stephen Chadenga Sep. 20, 2022