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Artists (centre) put final touches to the Zimbabwe Republic Police stand at ZITF

THE 56th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair opened in Bulawayo today on a low note as most exhibitors where still setting up pavillions.

BY NQOBILE BHEBHE

However, during a press brefing, ZITF Company chairman Bekithemba Nkomo expressed safisfaction  with the level of preparation.

“The 56th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair began this morning on a lively note as exhibitors rushed to put final touches to their stands before the arrival of business visitors,” Nkomo said.

Nkomo said it was up to exhibitors to make up for lost trading time as only two days of trade was allocated this year.

The exhibition runs under the theme “Stimulating Trade …Seizing Opportunities to Accelerate Growth”.

Pictures By: Benson Dube

A man puts final touches to the Harare stand at ZITF
A man puts final touches to the Harare stand at ZITF
Traders strike a deal at a ZITF stand
Traders strike a deal at a ZITF stand
A signwriter works at the Zimbabwe National Parks  stand at ZITF
A signwriter works at the Zimbabwe National Parks stand at ZITF
An exhibitor from Malawi (centre) explains products to a client (right)  at ZITF
An exhibitor from Malawi (centre) explains products to a client (right) at ZITF
Delta  Beverages stand at ZITF 2015
Delta Beverages stand at ZITF 2015
Northlea  High School students  and staff move down the ZITF road
Northlea High School students and staff move down the ZITF road
Star FM employees work at  their stand at ZITF
Star FM employees work at their stand at ZITF
Zimbabwe Defence Forces pavilion at ZITF 2015
Zimbabwe Defence Forces pavilion at ZITF 2015