VP Mujuru launches national tourism policy

The Vice President, Cde Joice Mujuru, on Thursday launched the National Tourism policy where she challenged the sector to be innovative by looking for new areas of development.

She said stakeholders should promote domestic tourism which has the potential to benefit women and youths in rural areas.

 

Vice President Mujuru said the tourism policy should provide a guiding framework to develop a tourism sector that meets the requirements and expectations of the market, while contributing to the social and economic growth that places Zimbabwe at an advantage of gaining from global travel trade.

 
China pledges Zim media support

The visiting delegation from China National Radio (CNR) has paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services, Professor Jonathan Moyo and both parties have pledged to expand media co-operation.

 
Pensioners to be compensated

Government will set up a commission of inquiry aimed at ensuring that pensioners that lost their money during the adoption of multi-currency system are compensated with the correct value.

 

 

Govt pays US$8.5m for road rehabilitation

Govt pays US$8.5m for road rehabilitation

Government has paid US$8.5 million towards the rehabilitation of the Plumtree-Harare-Mutare highways as part of its obligation to ensure the completion of the US$306 million road rehabilitation projec...

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Telecoms sector GDP input rises

Telecoms sector GDP input rises

Zimbabwe’s telecommunications industry contribution to yearly economic growth rates has increased to US$1.2 billion in the past 15 years due to a rise in subscription volumes.

 

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2014 Chimanimani Arts Festival launched

2014 Chimanimani Arts Festival launched

Preparations for the 14th edition of the Chimanimani Arts Festival launch got off to a good start particularly after the problems that dogged the event last year.

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Syrian army bombs militants HQ

Syrian army bombs militants HQ

Syrian army forces have blown up a building in the north-western city of Idlib that foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants used as headquarters.

 

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Govt hails Tobacco Research Board

Govt hails Tobacco Research Board

The Tobacco Research Board has been commended for its efforts in research and in disseminating information on tobacco production which has seen the country improving the quality of the golden leaf.

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Zim response to HIV commended

Zim response to HIV commended

A report released by the United Nations AIDS Agency, UNAIDS, has revealed that Zimbabwe is one of the countries that have made the strongest response to the HIV pandemic.

 

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Chitungwiza demolitions one step closer

Chitungwiza demolitions one step closer

Government says there is no going back on the demolition of houses in Chitungwiza and Manyame as court orders authorising the demolitions have been obtained.

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Brazil 2014: Who is going all the way?

Brazil 2014: Who is going all the way?

By Livingstone Banga

 

Round two of matches are currently underway and everything is going according to the initial analysis I made in ‚ÄúWill Africa light up‚ÄĚ.

 

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DeMbare, Caps square off again

DeMbare, Caps square off again

It’s another stern test ahead for Dynamos defender Augustine Mbara in this Sunday’s Part Three of the Harare derby who will have to prove he can ably replace Partson Jaure in central defence.

 

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Tourism policy launch applauded

Tourism policy launch applauded

Stakeholders in the tourism industry say the launch of the tourism policy will unlock investment opportunities and avenues for the growth of the industry.

 

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Murderer escapes jail

Murderer escapes jail

A 25-year old suicidal Uzumba man was lucky to escape jail for negligently killing his one and a half year old son with poison after the court gave him a wholly suspended sentence.

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PRESIDENT R.G. MUGABE QUOTES

"I want to pay tribute to this young man they call minister Mzembi, now the only surviving Tourism minister in Africa or in the world, so he says. He knows how much he still has. I assure him, I rate him as one of my best ministers. I never say this to my ministers, but he is forthright, full of brilliant ideas that he never keeps in his mind." - while receiving European Council tourism awards.

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