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June 11, 2018 2:48 PM Stella Chiweshe’s daughter named tourism ambassador

German-based mbira diva Stella Chiweshe’s daughter Virginia Mukwesha was on Friday appointed tourism ambassador by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA). She was appointed at an event which was held at a Harare hotel. ZTA chief executive Karikoga Kaseke said Mukwesha’s appointment came after serious considerations. “Mukwesha has performed in German-speaking 29

June 10, 2018 4:25 PM Mutsata crowned Miss Tourism Zim Midlands

Twenty-three-year-old Zvishavane model Ashleigh Mutsata was recently crowned Miss Tourism Zimbabwe Midlands 2018 after shrugging off the challenge of 12 other contestants at the provincial preliminaries of the Miss Tourism Zimbabwe pageant held at Cathedral Hall in Gweru. Another 23-year-old, Agatha Kulingah of Gweru, was crowned first princess while 15

May 31, 2018 6:41 AM Miss Tourism Midlands crowned

A 23 year old Midlands State University student, Ashleigh Mutsa, was at the weekend crowned Miss Tourism Midlands, shrugging off stiff competition from 12 other aspirants. Mutsa, who is studying towards a degree in Development Studies at the Zvishavane campus, walked away with the coveted title while Agatha Kulingah(23) was crowned first princess 20

May 23, 2018 3:59 PM Impala Car Rental opens branch in Victoria Falls

Leading car hire firm, Impala Car Rental, is spreading its wings and recently opened a new branch in Victoria Falls as the company continued to gain a foothold on the hospitality industry. Last year the company went regional, setting up branches in Johannesburg and Durban in South Africa while mulling plans to open other branches in Cape Town (South 52 1

April 30, 2018 1:55 PM Zim eyes Gulf tourism market

Zimbabwe is a little-known tourism destination in the affluent Gulf region, and the country targets to grow arrivals from the market four-fold by 2020, Tourism minister Prisca Mupfumira has said. The Gulf — whose member nations are among the wealthiest in the world on a per capita basis — is a key tourism source market, with six oil-rich countries — the United 40

April 23, 2018 4:09 AM Zambezi House ropes in Carl Joshua

Award-winning stand-up comedian Carl Joshua Ncube has been appointed the new general manager for Zambezi House in Victoria Falls. He replaces Dionne Mutsonziwa who has joined Victoria Falls Safari Lodge as head of its newly refurbished club and starts on May 1. Ncube, who has been co-hosting Breeze FM’s morning show — Morning-oa-Tunya with Leslie Phiri 29

April 14, 2018 6:58 AM Mandela, new woman at the top in Cresta

Southern African hospitality group Cresta Hotels has appointed Chipo Mandela country director for its Zimbabwean operations, an appointment that took effect on February 1. She succeeds Glenn Stutchbury, who has left the group after a six-year term as CEO. Ms Mandela is a Chartered Certified Accountant and holds an MBA from the Management College of Southern 26

April 13, 2018 2:09 PM Luxurious Hotel for Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls will soon boast a new luxury boutique called Mbano Manor Hotel, set to be launched in the first half of 2019, the Financial Gazette can reveal. The driving force behind Mbano Manor Hotel, Mati Nyazema, said the hotel was going to offer a unique and nature-based travel experience for the global, high-end tourist, who seeks world-class hospitality 34

March 23, 2018 11:18 AM Lovezh unveils ‘Chikuru Kufema’

Rising sungura musician Lovemore “Lovezh” Nherudzo unveiled his second album, “Chikuru Kufema” on Tuesday at East Point (formerly Jazz 105) in Harare. The album, which is based on social commentary, is promising to make waves in the sungura industry. “I am thrilled to deliver my second album. It has been a rocky journey but I thank my fans for the love and support 11

March 23, 2018 2:24 AM ZACC storm as millions of dollars suits pile up

THE Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has been confronted with a volley of civil suits amounting to millions of dollars with under fire Investigations Committee chair, Goodson Nguni singled out as the most offending party. Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi is among those who has decided to pursue civil action against the country’s 28