Auxillia cashes in on national dress

The investigations showed that the national fabric, now almost compulsory for civil servants and Zanu PF supporters, is also being sold at the First Lady’s offices.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jun. 19, 2024

Tourism receipts up 18% to US$724m in nine months

The increase in total tourism receipts was from a 2022 comparative of US$615 million.
By Julia Ndlela Nov. 27, 2023

Tourism industry appeals for more airports

Tourism and Hospitality Industry ministry chief director Tarirai Musonza said air accessibility is vital for tourism.
By Nizbert Moyo Oct. 16, 2023

Matobo RDC frustrates Nkomo memorial project

Matobo RDC chief executive officer Elvis Sibanda said Nyathi was not telling the truth.
By Silas Nkala Aug. 7, 2023

Zim to host UNWTO media workshop

Norah Takaindisa said the media play a crucial role to play in putting emerging destinations on the global tourism map while helping to boost economies.
By Sydney Kawadza Jul. 31, 2023

Hunting proceeds to compensate victims of human-wildlife conflicts

Cabinet late last year approved the establishment of the fund for victims of human-wildlife conflicts following proposals by the responsible minister.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 25, 2023
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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

Zim-made oil paints highly toxic: Report

The results revealed that 70% of oil-based paints sampled from the local market contained dangerous levels of lead. Some paints contained more than 100 times the limit.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 22, 2023

Price distortions give tourism sector headache

The dollar has lost more than half of its value versus the dollar so far this year as a result of a substantial inflow of Zimbabwean dollar liquidity
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 11, 2023