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House of Zulu – soulful food in the heart of the rural community reopens

Soulful food has been a core passion for both Brian and Mona Zulu, who having left Zimbabwe to broaden their horizons, travel the world and experience different types of food, returned in December 2018 to begin building their dream – a relaxing vibrant setting focused on soulful honest food in a location that would assist …

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Consultative meeting with SMEs takes place in Victoria Falls

The Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister, Honourable Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ncube, met with the small to medium enterprises (SME’s) in the tourism sector of Victoria Falls on Saturday at The Kingdom Hotel. The meeting was to discuss key challenges that the SME’s are facing in the tourism sector and to see where the Ministry …

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Brewing Up for recovery – the innovative coffee caravan experience in Victoria Falls

TK and Loretta Musungwa have made quite a name for themselves in Victoria Falls during the COVID-19 pandemic, as baristas of excellence, who through their innovative move to service the community with a drive through coffee and smoothie caravan fuelled by passion.  Having returned from the Zimbabwean Diaspora living in Manchester UK in 2015, TK, …

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WildAid Africa support ongoing initiatives in Victoria Falls and surrounding regions

A team from WildAid Africa recently travelled to Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park to get insight into the impact of the covid pandemic on organisations and individuals, and to showcase the ongoing efforts of tourism stakeholders in providing essential support to communities living alongside wildlife areas. Teaming up with Wilderness Safaris, WildAid Southern Africa …

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A new Art Gallery in the making for Victoria Falls: artist Lawrence Nyemba

Victoria Falls resident Lawrence Nyemba is one of Victoria Falls well-known and highly respected artists, and his vivid and impressive paintings have become sought after pieces with both local and international customers for businesses and individuals alike. His artworks now hang in lodges, airport lounges and homes around the world. His story however is an …

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“The Greatest Safari on Earth” begins in Victoria Falls today

The inaugural ROAR AFRICA Emirates Executive Private Jet Safari, dubbed as “The Greatest Safari on Earth”, is set to arrive in Victoria Falls today, 18th August 2021.  The extraordinary ‘bucket list’ travel experience designed to preserve and support Africa’s wildlife, wild spaces and communities, aims to transform its guests into change agents for conservation and …

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The Blue Train set to make a comeback to Victoria Falls

This last weekend saw the return of The Blue Train to Victoria Falls for the first time since 2002 in a trial run for this famous luxury railway experience to once again include the destination as an extension to its traditional Cape Town and Pretoria route. As time meandered from the 19th Century towards the …

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Zimbabwe begins using the Trusted Travel Initiative Platform

In October 2020, the African Union officially launched the Trusted Travel platform as part of the overall Trusted Travel Initiative during a joint ministerial meeting of the ministers of health, transport, and information and communication of African Union Member States. The African Union Commission and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) launched the …

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The Safari Butler supporting conservation

Proudly Zimbabwean and fueled by a desire to share his passion for food and the African Bush, The Safari Butler, Dean Dewdney, has dedicated his life to bringing out the best in fine dining and remote catering. After years of playing Professional Rugby based in the United Kingdom, Dean came back to his native country Zimbabwe with …

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KAZA TFCA Steps Up for large-scale elephant survey

Today on World Elephant Day, The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) Secretariat announced that preparations for a KAZA-wide synchronised aerial survey have been stepped up to determine accurate numbers and seasonal distributions of the African Savannah elephants found in the landscape. In a press statement earlier today, and joining the rest of the …