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Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Kavango-Zambezi UniVisa between Zimbabwe and Zambia has generated over US$200 000 in revenue in the past three months, an official has said. ...

Isdore Guvamombe RECENTLY I took off for Mbire to find a forest where trees turned into stones. Strange as it may appear and sound, it was worthwhile excursion into an abyss of prehistoric happenings. ...

Cresta Churchill Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter CRESTA Churchill in Bulawayo which is part of the hospitality group, Cresta Hotels, is undergoing major refurbishment as part of plans to transform it into a boutique-style hotel. ...

Ms Annajulia Hungwe Dickson Mangena, Business Reporter ZIMBABWE is committed to the implementation of the open skies policy in order to boost tourism as it was one of the first countries to sign the Yamoussoukro Declaration of 1988. ...

Isdore Guvamombe LIONS are a major tourist attraction, billions of hectares of camera space and terabytes have been spent, by many a tourist, trying to get the best picture of lions in zoos and indeed in the wild where they roam wild freely. ...

THE town of Kwekwe in the Midlands Province is famed for its richness in gold and here gold panning and mining dwarf almost everything. But on the outskirts of the town is a tourist resort, tranquil and serene. ...

Amanda Ncube, Sunday News Reporter THE Matobo Rural District Council in partnership with a local professional hunter is in the process of establishing a conservancy aimed at benefiting local people. ...

In the deep waters of the Zambezi River, a spitting distance upstream the Victoria Falls, hippos flop together, male rivalry heating up in bloody territorial conquest. The vanquished male is forced to lurk hapless on Kandaha Island until it gathers sufficient confidence to mount yet another challenge. An array of scars on its fragile skin, give testimony to the dangerous...

Roberta Katunga, Senior Business Reporter TREASURY has been requested to allocate an additional $5 million to the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority to reverse the decrease in growth of destination markets and beat regional competitors. ...

THE Khami Ruins, although remaining a largely undisturbed and non-operational archaeological site, is still being used by a number of people in surrounding communities for spiritual purposes. ...