Category: Business

Mupfumira markets Zimbabwe as a safe tourist destination at FITUR

By Byron Mutingwende   Prisca Mupfumira, the Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry has used the International Tourism Fair in Spain (FITUR) to market...

ZIMCODD against government assumption of ZISCO Steel debt

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has said Government’s move to assume the ZISCO Steel debt poses negative implications on the taxpayers, one of...

Domestic tourism vital for economic revival

By Byron Mutingwende   Domestic tourism is one of the segments of tourism that plays a vital role in any country’s tourism development, sector players have said....

Chinamasa bemoans poor state of the economy

By Byron Mutingwende   Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said Zimbabwe still suffers from low business and investment confidence that makes it difficult to...

Harare City cements partnership with Munich

By Audrey Rundofa Germany delegates paid a courtesy call to the Harare Mayor Bernard Manyenyeni to enhance the existing partnership with the City of Munich. Cllr...

Chitando lays out mining sector revival plans

By Byron Mutingwende   Winston Chitando, the technocrat that President Emmerson Mnangagwa appointed as minister of mines and mining development has laid out a...

Tourism drives economy if sector players harness new tactics

By Byron Mutingwende   There is need for a paradigm shift in the approach of doing business within tourism since the sector has great potential to revive the...

‘Take good care of environment’, ministers of state urged

By Joyce Mukucha The Government of Zimbabwe is looking forward on how a 100-day quick wins programme is faring in response to the directive of His Excellence President...

Chinese outbound tourism among UNWTO activities at FITUR

The UNWTO Awards on Innovation and Excellence in Tourism, African and Middle East tourism development and the Chinese Market among the activities of the World Tourism...

‘January disease’- the real struggle

By Audrey Rundofa and Joyce Mukucha January is the hardest month of the year when the people have burdens of paying school fees, rentals and buying of children’s...