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Zimbabwe raises licence fees

Zimbabwe licence fees increased
The Zimbabwean government has announced a significant increase in licence fees for gambling operations.

Zimbabwe tourism back with a bang

Zimbabwe, tourism, Hospitality, africa, environment
The Zimbabwe tourism market is expected to go from strength to strength in the coming year as the nation continues to re-establish itself as an attractive visitor destination. The national government is reportedly confident that earnings from the tourism market will at least double in 2019 after last year counting the highest number of international arrivals in 19 years. Environment, Tourism...

Optimism and uncertainty around Zimbabwe tourism future

Zimbabwe has a democratically elected president in Emmerson Mnangagwa following the rejection of an opposition appeal to annul the vote by the nation’s high court and now the nation can look to the future, albeit it with scepticism as much as optimism. The restoration of both visitor and investor confidence in the nation are of paramount importance to Mnangagwa and...

Zimbabwe targets record breaking year for hospitality

Harare, Zimbabwe
The first quarter of 2018 saw Zimbabwe record a 15 percent increase in tourism arrivals and a 20 percent rise in receipts compared to the same period last year. Such results are a positive indication of changing perceptions surrounding the country in the new post-Mugabe era. Statistics from the national Fiscal Policy and Advisory Services Department showed that there were...

Life after Mugabe: Zimbabwe readies itself for tourist dollar

post mugabe zimbabwe
Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe is looking up according to economic forecasts, national sentiment and visitor numbers to the country’s numerous leisure destinations.   A positive view of the oft-maligned nation as an investment location as much as a holiday destination is helping to set the groundwork for future market successes. Poor infrastructure and reports of civil unrest had negatively impacted international perceptions of Zimbabwe, but the...