Players in the hospitality industry are skeptical of Cabinet’s decision to compel hotels in the resort town of Victoria Falls to pay their electricity bills in foreign currency at a time the country had just deregulated usage of foreign currency for local transactions, citing the
Zimbabwe's drive to revamp the tourism sector could be hindered by a critical shortage of hotels, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) Chief Operations Officer, Givemore Chidzidzi has said.
ZTA has been on an aggressive drive to market destination Zimbabwe with the country recording a surge in tourist
The United Kingdom embassy in Zimbabwe has condemned the violent attacks on Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo and his delegation at Chatman House by diasporans last week saying though they respect the right to peaceful protest, violence is not acceptable.
Posting on Twitter, UK Embassy in
MUTARE- Stakeholders in the Justice Law and Order Section (JLOS) have urged the government to align disability laws to international standards saying the current provisions perpetuates exclusion of people with disabilities from accessing justice.
By Donald Nyarota
Speaking at a training workshop organized by the United Nations
Disgruntled First Capital Bank workers Tuesday evening staged a strike outside the bank's offices along First Street in Harare calling for the management to increase their salaries as the economic woes continue to bite.
The relentless workers only dispersed around 20:00hrs after the bank's CEO, Sam Matsekete,
Socialite and Harare business man Wicknell Chivhayo affectionately known as ‘Sir Wicknell’ has demanded further particulars in a matter where he is accused of paying a $10 000 bribe to Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) boss Stanley Kazhanje.
Chivhayo, who is double appearing in the dock in
The United States government says President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government slow pace in following through with reforms has negatively affected the country’s potential to attract investment.
With the fall of President Robert Mugabe in 2017, there was so much optimism that the new government would open up
President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday challenged his government to prioritize the health sector.
Mnangagwa said this when he officially handed over hospital equipment sourced from Abu Dhabi to the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
The equipment, which was handed over to Natpharm, is set to be distributed
The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show has a fresh look and feel, with its new décor capturing the style of the traditional Zimbabwean cooking hut, while the kitchen has been rebuilt and modernised and other structural enhancements made.
The US$250,000 refurbishment - completed last month
In a quest to tap into opportunities arising from Zimbabwe’s emerging economy at one end, while seeking solutions to address a multifaceted socio-economic morass on the other end, enterprising young people, emerging businesses and established corporates alike, are fast embracing digital and other technological means