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Africa: ZTA CEO Karioga Kaseke is still in charge of Zimbabwe Tourism

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Contrary to stories making the rounds of The imminent exit of Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Boss, Karioga Kaseke, he is still much around and is not planning to leave his highly demanding Job.

KK as he is known has steered the ship of Zimbabwe Tourism through the Turbulent years of the past President. Inspite of the sanctions levied against Zimbabwe by most countries ZTA kept Tourism working on a profitable level.

Zimbabwe has since pivoted from Just harnessing the wondrous Victoria Falls to include M.I.C.E offerings.

Having concluded a successful Sanganai World Tourism show held at Bulawayo ZTA is planning for the Harare Carnival in November.

Meanwhile the Government of Zimbabwe and Zambia have deepened the relationship between them with a series of MOUs.

According to a story published by Newspay .ng

“Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) as the two sister republics moved to elevate and deepen their historical and economic relations.

President Mnangagwa and his Zambian counterpart President Edgar Chagwa Lungu oversaw the signing ceremony at the Zambian State House.

The signing ceremony followed a two-day meeting of the 17th Session of the Zimbabwe-Zambia Joint Permanent Commission that ended here yesterday.

The first MoU was on the establishment of a one-stop border post at the Victoria Falls/Livingstone border.

Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu signed the MoU on behalf of Zimbabwe, while Zambian Minister of Commerce and Industry Christopher Yaluma signed on behalf of his country.

The second MoU was on the cooperation of management and preservation of Zimbabwe’s liberation war grave sites.

Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Cain Mathema, who is also the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, signed on behalf of Zimbabwe while Zambia was represented by its Tourism Minister Charles Banda.

The MoU seeks to promote and appreciate the history and values, ideals and goals of Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle and construction and reconstruction of site museums and monuments at the grave sites.

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