THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has announced entry charges for this year’s annual exhibition which roars into life tomorrow.
BY MTHANDAZO NYONI
According to ZITF, during business days – Tuesday and Wednesday – traders would pay $20 per individual.
Thursday to Saturday would be public days where adults will pay $5 with children paying $3 entrance fees.
Events lined up for business days include the annual international business conference running under the theme “Stimulating Exports: Seizing Opportunities to Accelerate Growth Under ZimAsset” as well as an incentive travel workshop.
There will be an agricultural show and equestrian events.
On Thursday, Zambian President Edgar Lungu will officially open the trade fair.
ZITF will hold sector-specific exhibitions — A’Sambeni Africa Business Tourism Expo, Scholastica, Pakprint — to run alongside the main fair.
The ZITF Charity Golf Challenge would be held at the Bulawayo Golf Club to provide an opportunity for delegates to connect with potential clients and generate trading prospects in a relaxed, intimate setting, while supporting a charitable cause.
On Friday and Saturday there would be many events lined up for the public, especially children. There would be a police band, drum majorettes (sponsored by Coca-Cola), just to mention a few packages.