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Zimbabwe aspires to be medical tourism hub

Parirenyatwa Hospital

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - ZIMBABWE has in recent years suffered the ignominy of its elite dying in neighbouring countries and abroad as its once-thriving health sector breaks down. Now, the government wants to see these roles reversed, by attracting citizens from other countries to seek treatment in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe fortifies war against livestock disease

Chiredzi cattle

from NDABENI MLOTSHWA in BulawayoBULAWAYO - ZIMBABWE is strengthening its livestock sector regulations and strategies to avert diseases as well as improve production and efficiency. This is in light of the sector positioned to take a key role in the current national inclusive transformation agenda towards attainment of government's vision 2030.

Browns lead greening of Victoria Falls

Ilala Lodge extension, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Photo by Daniel Jones, CAJ News Africa

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - IT might not enjoy the same global majesty possessed by one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World that is a stone’s throw away. However, the famed story of tourism and hospitality would be incomplete without the mention of the Ilala Lodge Hotel.

“Advancing Gender Equality in Mining”: Nontso

Nkwe Platinum South Africa (Pty) Ltd's Risk and Compliance Manager, Advocate Vuyokazi Nontso

by TINTSWALO BALOYIJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa must tighten the screws on the mining sector amid some in the industry throwing spanners into the works on efforts to increase the participation of women. This is according to a senior official in the sector as the government's drive to put the advancement of women in the...

Tourism sector makes commitment to charitable causes

Victoria Falls to introduce first school of tourism

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - TOURISM operators and hotel establishments are not deterred by the negative impact of the coronavirus on their operations. Instead, they continue giving back to communities they operate as the pandemic wreaks havoc on the livelihoods of many. They have pledged their charitable commitment...

Defaulting residents owe Vic Falls millions

Victoria Falls Mayor Councillor Somvelo Dlamini. Picture by Daniel Jones, CAJ News Africa

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - RESIDENTS in the resort city of Victoria Falls are defaulting on paying for services, resulting in unpaid bills ballooning to more than ZWL$200 million (US$620 000). This is blamed on the COVID-19’s impact on livelihoods. Besides impacting on service delivery, the setback is...

US-China wrangle threatens global relations

Africa's most prominent businessman, Dr Mo Ibrahim

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, SAJOHANNESBURG - THE geopolitical tussle between the United States (US) and China poses a serious threat to multi-lateralism and global institutions. This is according to one of the most prominent businessman to emerge from Africa, Dr Mo Ibrahim, as the 2021 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and...

Govt tightens screws on illegal migrants

Illegal migrants

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS - THE drafting of the National Migration, Diaspora and Migration Labour policies is poised to address the inflow of undocumented people passing through Zimbabwe to neighbouring nations, mostly South Africa. The Ministry of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage reiterated the pledge through a just-ended workshop it organized...

An absurd fallacy that Christ is Jehovah God

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAONE wonders where this nonsense that Jesus Christ is Jehovah God comes from. I urge evangelists, pastors, bishops and so-called prophets to stop deceiving the people of Jehovah with this falsehood. The last time I checked, both scripturally and biblically about Jesus Christ, there is nowhere written...

ZANU (PF) eruption points to violent polls

Zanu PF election campaign

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - ASSASSINATION attempts, officials throwing furniture at their rivals, fistfights and the abuse of state resources to resolve intra-party disputes. These are among skirmishes rocking the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) as it implodes ahead of its annual conference. The ructions, the worst scenes...