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By Bright Ncube Gwanda Municipality received two ambulances donated by a local businessman , Mr Fisani Moyo. Minister of State Matebeleland South Provincial Affairs and Devolution , Hon Abednico Ncube presided over the hand over ceremony at the local authority offices. Minister Ncube said the donation will relieve Gwanda town from shortages of ambulances and […]

By Sibonginkosi Maphosa Nkosikhona Dube a young computer scientist has come up with a device called the Crop Doctor which is used to detect diseases in crops and testing the soils. Dube is a son of a war veteran and a beneficiary of the war veterans education scheme. Showcasing his device at the War Veterans […]

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has signed an agreement with aviation giant Emirates to further boost inbound tourist arrivals and develop traffic into Zimbabwe utilizing the strength of the airline’s global network. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Badr Abbas, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial Operations for Africa, and Ms. Winnie Munchanyuka, Chief Executive Officer , […]

Tanaka Sigudu The African continent has been urged to embrace fully the digital revolution. This was the clarion call made by Heads of States at the 6th Transform Africa Summit which kicked of in Victoria Falls on Wednesday. One hundred and twelve countries and their respective delegates are attending the summit which is being held […]

By Tafadzwa Mukome The Economic Partnership Agreement between the European Union and Zimbabwe has realised increased trade and investment opportunities contributing directly to the implementation of the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1). The economic partnership agreement allows duty-free and quota-free access to the EU’s 27 countries, the largest trading block in the world. Addressing the […]

Tanaka Sigudu African Sun Limited has become the first tourism company to list on the Victoria Falls Stock Exchange (VFEX). Addressing delegates at the listing ceremony in Victoria Falls on Friday, Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Hon Mangaliso Nqobizitha Ndlovu said the listing will attract local and foreign investors as there are […]

By Millicent Moyo The launch of Khaya Arts Academy in Tshabalala promises a better future for children in the area who will get an opportunity to nurture their talents and shun drug and substance abuse. The Academy aims to contribute to the fight against the scourge through art. In a speech read on her behalf […]

By Tafadzwa Mukome The establishment of Sterling Hotel in Bulawayo is an indication that the tourism sector at large is on a positive trajectory as highlighted by the tourism recovery growth plan. The Sterling Group of Hotels officially opened its doors to Bulawayo at a glitzy event on Friday becoming the third tourism facility that […]

By Kudzai Madenga The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair company has announced gate charges for this years public days of the showcase which kicks off on the 25th to the 29 th of April. Adults attending the fair will be required to pay US$10 while children will pay US$5 . The charges are also payable using […]

By Tafadzwa Mukome Drug and substance abuse affecting mostly the youth throughout the country has led to cabinet considering the establishment of a National Committee to tame the menace in the manner other scourges such as the COVID-19 pandemic were fought. The composition and terms of reference of the national committee which will involve other […]

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