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ZimBho Campaign; repositioning the ‘Old Bulawayo Ruins’

 

Zimbabwe: Inline with the devolution policy, the country’s tourism sector is expected to experience a massive boost with the implementation of National Tourism Growth Strategy.

Efforts to boost the local tourism has been scaling up with the intensification of the Zim Bho Campaign.

The Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry and The Ministry of Home Affairs and National Heritage toured the City of Bulawayo to monitor progress made to revitalize the Old Bulawayo Ruins.

Speaking during the tour, Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Honarable Mangaliso Ndhlovu noted the obtaining progress attained so far.

“Some bit of work has taken place since the last time we were here we are quite happy that the road has been done the road was very bad, in fact, the last I came here I took longer from the turn of which is 7 kilometer stretch to get here than it took me took me from the same turn-of into the city centre.”

“We have seen the logs, we have seen the poles, thatch grass. It’s all on site we have to look at minor bottlenecks that were highlighted today mainly to do with our procurement issues,” Ndhlovu said.

 

Tendai Guvamombe