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Revive cultural festivals around the country such as the Shangani Festival in Chiredzi, Murehwa cultural festival, the Nyami-Nyami festival in Kariba and the Intwasa festival in Bulawayo.

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Murewa Culture Centre to Host Mvura Naya Naya Festival

National Arts Council Zimbabwe

    

March 16, 2020

Murewa Culture Centre will on the 27th of March 2020 host the inaugural “Mvura Naya Naya” festival on the occasion of the United Nations’ World Water Day commemorations. The festival is a community-based initiative championed by traditional leaders in Mashonaland East Province working closely with the Government and other partners within the various sectors of the economy. Chief NeChombo, the festival coordinator says it is set against a background of cultural erosion in the country and is borne out of a new narrative of wanting to Position, Preserve and Promote the Zimbabwean culture.

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Intwasa arts fest begins

The Chronicle

    

Sept. 24, 2019

The Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo starts today in the City of Kings with an opening ceremony dubbed ‘African Rituals’ scheduled for the Bulawayo Theatre in the evening.

Zimbabwe: Nyaminyami Festival, a tool for Local Economic Development

Voyages Afriq

    

Oct. 18, 2019

NyamiNyami Festival brought Kariba to a standstill on Saturday as people from all walks of life converged at the Lake Harvest Harbour for an event expected to anchor efforts to revive tourism in the resort town. The festival which was once hosted by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) had been put on hold because of a poor financial resource base as sponsorship seeking efforts increasingly futile. However, after realizing the need to revive tourist activity in Kariba through MICE tourism, the ZTA and media conglomerate Zimpapers through Nyaminyami FM partnered to bring back the much celebrated festival.

    

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