Harare will this weekend come alive when the inaugural edition of the Zimbabwe Arts Festival set for Alexandra Sports Club kicks off.
The Festival is the brain child of Rumbidzai Mudenge and owner of Bumris Entertainment, a Zimbabwean company dedicated to promoting all forms in Zimbabwe
Another weekend is right before us, as we draw closer to the Christmas and festive season, the showbiz stage is now in its climax period with almost all big and small artists busy with shows. 263Chat looks at the events happening around the country.
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Chief Executive Officer, Karikoga Kaseke has blasted the former Minister for Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Walter Mzembi calling him a loner who did not want to work with others.
Speaking at the Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe 2017 congress, Karikoga Kaseke described Mzembi as
Residents of Tafara high density suburb in Harare are at loggerheads with the Harare City Council after the former approved construction on a wetland which had been identified by the Local Environment Action Plan (LEAP) committee in the area.
A LEAP is a local plan developed
The South African socialite and dancer, Zodwa Wabantu has once again failed her Zimbabwean fans as she did not turn up at the Robert Mugabe International Airport ahead of her scheduled performance at Private Lounge on Thursday evening, leaving the show promoters disappointed.
This is the
Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the country’s largest mobile network operator, says it welcomes the third quarter (Q3) telecom sector report published by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) yesterday.
The report, published on a quarterly basis by the industry regulator, shows Econet extending its
Zimbabwe and Africa's leading Internet Service Provider, Liquid Telecom is now offering an affordable wide range of Microsoft Office 365 packages suitable for all businesses allowing local businesses to access Microsoft services without hustling for the hard to find foreign currency.
Liquid Telecom became an official
Newly appointed Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Prisca Mupfumira has expressed disappointment at the standards of local hotels in the country saying Zimbabwe is deemed an expensive destination despite the standards having gone down.
Officiating at the Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) 2017 Annual Congress,
Newly appointed Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Prisca Mupfumira has hinted that plans are at an advanced stage for the unveiling of the National Tourism Master Plan which is expected to guide the development of the tourism sector for the next 20 years while
Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) has urged stakeholders to join hands and play an active role in steering the sector forward to positively contribute towards the economic recovery of the country.
Speaking at the Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe 2017 congress currently underway in Nyanga, HAZ out