Dec. 4, 2019
Cabinet considered and approved the Memorandum of Understanding between the Republic of Zimbabwe and the African Union Sports Council Region 5 on co-operation in the establishment of a sport museum in Harare, as presented by the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, chairman of the Committee on Legislation.
Nov. 6, 2019
Cabinet approved as follows: to restructure and realign the Forestry Commission to perform its core function on the conservation and management of the country’s forestry reserve in contributing to the economic turnaround and the attainment of Vision 2030; that the Forestry Commission broadens community participation by setting up natural resource management committees in rural communities in collaboration with rural district councils; that, in line with the New Dispensation’s Devolution policy, each province develops a Natural Resources Development Plan, which entails sound management of forestry and wildlife resources for effective contribution to economic growth; and that the Forestry Commission undertakes effective marketing as well as competitive pricing of its tourism facilities in order to enhance its financial performance.
Nov. 3, 2019
The 20-year contract awarded to African Parks - its first foray into the country - is considered all the more remarkable by conservationists who had thought it highly unlikely that the government of Zimbabwe would ever allow a foreign organisation to take control of its wildlife resources.
July 25, 2019
GOVERNMENT believes the private sector is critical in ensuring that the country’s participation at Expo 2020 Dubai is a success. This was said by Zimbabwe’s Commissioner-General for Expo 2020 Dubai Ambassador Mary Mubi yesterday on the sidelines of a workshop in Kadoma.
June 6, 2019
Zimbabwe-born Springbok prop, Tendai Mtawarira, has been named tourism ambassador for Destination Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has said the main objective for the appointment is to increase tourism traffic into Destination Zimbabwe. This comes as the global trend in tourism calls for destinations to appoint tourism ambassadors as advocates for the destination offerings. Zimbabwe is bidding to lure an ambitious three million visitors by the end of 2019, having received 2,5 million visitors in 2018.