Environment, tourism and hospitality industry minister..." /> Clean Up campaigns will assist in getting more tourists

Clean Up campaigns will assist in getting more tourists

...

By Michelle Dzvova

Environment, tourism and hospitality industry minister Prisca Mupfumira says the national clean up campaigns that were launched yesterday will assist more tourists in the country. 

Speaking at the national clean-up campaign launch at Takashinga cricket club in Highfield today, Minister Mupfumira said waste management has high potential for investment.

Meanwhile, Minister Mupfumira said the clean-up campaign is a long term initiative to avoid blockage of drainage and the spread of diseases such as cholera and typhoid. 

Advertisement
Live Now

Latest News

News ...
Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe Limited now listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE)

By Jeffrey Murimbechi

News ...
Deal with issues of child marriages at grass root level

By Michelle Dzvova

Canadian Ambassador to Zimbabwe Rene Cremonese has urg...

Read More

News ...
1 million dollar grant received from the African Development Bank

By Michelle Dzvova

Finance and Economic Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube s...

Read More

News ...
New wheat producer price welcomed

By Michelle Dzvova

Stakeholders in the agriculture sector have welcomed t...

Read More