THE Zimbabwe Tourism Authority says its operations have been seriously hamstrung by funding limitations, forcing the authority to suspend participation at a number of major global travel market events.Chief executive officer Mr Karikoga Kaseke said that the authority received only $585 000 under the 2015 national budget because Government was faced with serious funding constraints.
THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has urged private homeowners seeking to cash in on the annual exhibition accommodation crisis to register with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) to ensure that they maintain the expected international standards of all their domestic and foreign business visitors.
THE decision by the African Marketing Confederation (AMC) to cancel the inaugural African Marketing Summit that was scheduled for Victoria Falls next month over Ebola fears is a very unfortunate development.
VICTORIA FALLS — The liquidity crunch which has gripped the country has affected domestic tourism, especially in Victoria Falls where local tourists become stranded after failing to access their cash from the banks.
ZIMBABWE Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive Karikoga Kaseke has vowed that Intwasa Arts Festival KoBulawayo will be bigger and better after his organisation was roped into the city’s biggest annual arts event.