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MaDzimbahwe Explorer Inaugural E-magazine

MaDzimbahwe Explorer has introduced an e-magazine to enhance its capacity to reach a critical audience that is on internet-based platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook who did not necessarily have access to the website. Continue reading MaDzimbahwe Explorer Inaugural E-magazine

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Cost of living behind skills flight

By Norma Tsopo

Zimbabwe’s high cost of living has been pushing skilled labour out of the country to take up jobs elsewhere despite earning similar salaries with lower cost of living holding the attractions. Continue reading Cost of living behind skills flight

Golden Peacock Villa Hotel Restaurant for a great Chinese food experience

Staff Writer

MUTARE – For a great Chinese food experience, Golden Peacock Villa Hotel Restaurant is a rare find in a city dominated by fast-foot outlets and only a handful of aristocratic eateries. Continue reading Golden Peacock Villa Hotel Restaurant for a great Chinese food experience

Strong US dollar stifling tourism sector

By Norma Tsopo

MUTARE- Local tourism growth is being stifled by overpricing on the back of a strong US dollar which has made the destination uncompetitive in the Southern African region, a senior hotelier has said. Continue reading Strong US dollar stifling tourism sector

Golden Peacock Villa Hotel’s Glow Bar – upmarket, trendy

By Ngoni Shumba

MUTARE – Although the outside is rather plain and unimpressive the inside of Golden Peacock Villa Hotel’s Glow Bar will have even the conservative lost in awe. Continue reading Golden Peacock Villa Hotel’s Glow Bar – upmarket, trendy

Golden Peacock Villa Hotel integral to Manicaland’s tourism infrastructure

By Norma Tsopo

MUTARE – Nestling in a sprawling 7,438-square metre security-walled expanse garden Golden Peacock Villa Hotel has since its establishment in 2012 been more than an integral accommodation infrastructure of Manicaland’s tourism industry. Continue reading Golden Peacock Villa Hotel integral to Manicaland’s tourism infrastructure