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ZIMBABWE Stock Exchange-listed hospitality concern, Rainbow Tourism Group, has dismissed allegations that their stay now, pay later model was exposing the group to default risk, saying they had a stringent vetting process in place. ...

Rumbidzai Mbewe Business Correspondent THE Kariba Tourism and Business Indaba in partnership with the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority will hold Nyaminyami Festival in the resort town meant to showcase among other things the Tonga culture. ...

Yellowfin tuna Know Your Wildlife TUNA (genus Thunnus), also called tunny, are salt water fish of great commercial value as food. They are related to mackerels and are placed with them in the family Scombridae (order Perciformes). Tunas vary considerably, both within and among species. ...

Dr Lincoln Douglas Roberta Katunga Senior Business Reporter TRINIDAD and Tobago, one of the wealthiest countries in the Caribbean area, is forging multi-partnerships with Zimbabwe on a broader policy and collaboration particularly in the area of cultural preservation and heritage, a senior official has said. ...

THE Zimbabwe Tourism Authority is working on taking the carnival concept to other cities throughout the country, with a Bulawayo carnival on the cards, an official said. ...

Introduction BIRDS are a part of our everyday life. By learning how to identify birds we can be more aware of our local biological diversity and be more ...

Giraffe Know Your Wildlife Ndebele — Intundla/Indlulamithi, Shona — Furiradenga/Twiza ...

Mr Kaseke THE ongoing Harare International Carnival is set to bring immense benefits to all sectors of the economy especially the hospitality industry as a lot of people were expected to be in the capital during the 10-day event. ...

Know Your Wildlife Termites (common Eng), inhlwa (Ndebele), ishwa and majuru (Shona) Introduction ...

MORE than 4 700 tourists visited the rainforest in Victoria Falls during the four-day Easter holiday last month although operators in the resort town complain that they were being overburdened by requests for donations and ...