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The Bvumba Mountains or the Vumba Mountains straddle the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border and are situated some 25 km south east of Mutare. The Bvumba rise to Castle Beacon at 1,911 metres, and are, together with the Chimanimani and Nyanga part of the Eastern Highlands of the Manicaland and adjacent Manica provinces. They are referred to as […]
Great Zimbabwe is a medieval city in the south-eastern hills of Zimbabwe near Lake Mutirikwe and the town of Masvingo. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe during the countryâ€™s Late Iron Age. Construction on the monument began in the 11th century and continued until the 15th century. The most widely-accepted modern archaeological […]
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Project Launch of Collaborative Research in Agriculture Planning, Ecosystem Security and Wildlife Conservation
The Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry together with ZimParks launched a project on Collaborative Research in Agriculture Planning, Eco-system Security and Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe at Meikles Hotel in Harare. A landmark event which witnessed the tripartite occurrence of rare and elevating activities in the form of: 1) donation of anti-poaching and […]Read more
Zimbabwe’s 40th Independence Anniversary
As part of efforts to promote Tourism, the Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry together with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority met ZTOURZ to map out a strategy to promote the movement of Zimbabweans in the United States of America to come home and celebrate Zimbabwe’s 40th Independence Anniversary next year. ZTOURZ was accompanied […]Read more
AFRICA YOUTH IN TOURISM CONFERENCE 2019
The Ministry of Environment,Tourism and Hospitality Industry hosted the Third Edition of Africa Youth in Tourism Conference from 10 -12 October 2019 at ZITF grounds in Bulawayo. The Conference was running under the theme ‘Changing Africa’s Future by accelerating Investment Capacity in Youth for Sustainable Tourism Development. ‘ Zimbabwe Youth in Tourism patron,Her Excellency The […]Read more
OFFICIAL HANDOVER OF EQUIPMENT TO ALLIED TIMBERS.
On October 9, 2019 the State-owned timber processing firm ,Allied Timbers,has acquired $550 000 worth of machinery at Erin Forest in Nyanga. The machinery, which includes five 20 tonne haulage trucks,four tractors and compressor,was officially handed over to the company units by the Acting Minister of Environment,Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon NM Ndhlovu. Three of […]Read more
FIRST LADY LEADS THE OCTOBER CLEAN-UP EXERCISE IN LUPANE.
Lupane was one of the 10th National Clean-up anniversary highlights as the Provincial capital and the link town to the country’s major tourist destination of Victoria Falls. On October 4, 2019 Her Excellency The First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe Amai A Mnangagwa who is also the Patron of Environment officiated the clean up […]Read more