Govt in push for improved air connectivity

Farai Shawn Matiashe in Harare Vice-President General (Rtd) Dr Constantino Chiwenga has revealed government plans to enhance tourism by improving connectivity between destinations by engaging the private sector in setting up air access infrastructure across the country. Addressing a Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) stakeholder consultative workshop for the National Tourism Sector Strategy held at Harare … Continue reading Govt in push for improved air connectivity

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Zimbabwean tourism products discriminatory?

Farai Shawn Matiashe in Harare Vice-President General (Rtd) Dr Constantino Chiwenga has challenged the tourism sector to adapt its products to be accessible to people living with disability as they are currently largely discriminatory. Addressing a Stakeholder Consultative Workshop for the National Tourism Sector Strategy held at Harare International Conference Center, in Harare recently, Vice … Continue reading Zimbabwean tourism products discriminatory?

Hillcrest College does well in Computer Aided Designing competition

Farai Shawn Matiashe recently in Chinhoyi Hillcrest College impressed in their inaugural Auto Computer Aided Designing (AutoCAD) competition held at Lomagundi College in Chinhoyi recently. The Mutare school came third after seasoned campaigners Wisetech College and Prince Edward School all from Harare scooped first and second prizes with 17 and 16 points respectively. The competition … Continue reading Hillcrest College does well in Computer Aided Designing competition

Piracy forces poetry into performance arts arena

By Farai Shawn Matiashe MUTARE - Frustrated by rampant piracy Zimbabwe’s poets are leaning towards performing their works in a bid to at least earn something out of their labours. Tired of fame without commensurate financial returns, poets are being pushed out of their cocoons into the arena of performance arts. This is the route … Continue reading Piracy forces poetry into performance arts arena