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The country's development opportunities were under spotlight at today's Zimbabwe Dubai Tourism and Infrastructure Invest...
06/03/2022

The country's development opportunities were under spotlight at today's Zimbabwe Dubai Tourism and Infrastructure Investment Conference in the United Arab Emirates.

Effective access and communication are critical enablers in the development of a thriving tourism industry hence today’s session of the Tourism and Exhibition conference was seeking to highlight the state of the transport sector and profiling its various opportunities.

06/03/2022
The Third Binational Commission of the Zimbabwe Botswana concluded today in the resort town of Victoria Falls with calls...
25/02/2022
Zimbabwe and Botswana sign five MoUs

The Third Binational Commission of the Zimbabwe Botswana concluded today in the resort town of Victoria Falls with calls by the two Heads of states to deepen the bonds of friendship between the two countries.

Zimbabwe and Botswana signed five Memorandums of Understanding in various areas. Thia includes the Memorandum of aunderstanding for Cooperation in the field of Tourism which was signed by the Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon N.M. Ndhlovu on behalf of Zimbabwe and Hon L. Kwape, the Minister of aforementioned Affairs of Botswana.

The move will help to strengthen the recovery of Tourism in Zimbabwe in line with the National Development Strategy (NDS 1) to achieve a US$5 billion Tourism economy by 2025.

Botswana and Zimbabwe share the cake of tourist flow along the Zambezi delta region which forms part of the Kaza TFCA.

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Today the Environmental Patron the First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe Her Excellency Amai A. Mnangagwa rolled out an...
19/02/2022

Today the Environmental Patron the First Lady of the Republic of Zimbabwe Her Excellency Amai A. Mnangagwa rolled out an initiative of planting exotic and fruit trees at Jojo Village, Zaka in Masvingo Province while educating on the need to curb the indiscriminate cutting down of trees which exposed the country to erosion and depleted forests.

She started the tree-planting initiative in Mashonaland West Province and is carrying the initiative to all the country's 10 provinces seeking to preserve trees that provide fruits and medicines, provide windbreak, provide energy and mitigate the effects of climate change. She was represented by the Minister of State for Masvingo Provincial Affairs and Devolution Hon E. Chadzamira.

The First Lady led in the planting of 1451 gum trees and 100 fruit trees. She planted the Monkey bread(Musekesa) tree which is the tree of the year.

Allied Timbers Zimbabwe supported the tree planting initiative by donating 475 fencing poles for the orchard.Mr Muchingami a Zaka farmer also donated 100 fruit trees and Forestry Commission contributed 1451 exotic trees and barbed wire.

The Tree Planting initiative was also attended by the Secretary for Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Mr M. Munodawafa, Deputy Minister for Finance and Economic Development Hon C.Chiduwo, Director General for Forestry Commission Mr A. Marufu, CEO Allied Timbers Mr R. Nenzou, Chief Ndanga, legislators and other invited guests.

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT REVIEW STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS. Currently underway today is stakeholder consultations on ...
15/02/2022

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT REVIEW STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS.

Currently underway today is stakeholder consultations on the review of the Environmental Management Agency Act at Golden Peacock Villa in Mutare.

The Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry with the support from United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Global Environmental Facility (GEF) is spearheading the review of the Act.

This is the third such, in a series of meetings, with the first meeting having been held in Bulawayo and the second, in Masvingo Province.

The review process includes the following:

1. aligning the Act with the current provisions of the Constitution and to address enforcement challenges and loopholes in the existing framework,

2. review of environmental management practices, locally, nationally, internationally and get an understanding of recommendations from international protocol and treaties for the purpose of discerning best practices, and

3. consultations with key stakeholders to understand existing constraints, legal bottlenecks and opportunities in environmental management.

The objectives of the consultative workshops are to:

1. define national environmental principles, vision, goals and strategies,

2. to establish synergies and areas of complementarity with other relevant sectoral policies to ensure consideration of cross-cuttting issues and

3. build consensus among beneficiaries and key stakeholders and thus establish ownership and public confidence in the formulation process to enhance chances of implementation.

Speaking during the meeting Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Deputy Minister Hon B. Rwodzi who was the guest of honour said that the review comes at a time when Zimbabwe has adopted the National Development Strategy 1, itself guided by Vision 2030. She said that the two policy documents provide the astutes and sustainable management of the environment, within the context of rapid economic development.

Today, the Deputy Minister for Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon B. Rwodzi received a consignme...
09/02/2022

Today, the Deputy Minister for Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon B. Rwodzi received a consignment of Metereological equipment worth USD$222 608.65 donated by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) under the Idai Recovery Project.

The first batch, which comprised of solar panels was received on 12 March 2021. This gesture is therefore greatly appreciated, moreso given the increase in frequency and intensity of extreme weather conditions over the last decade or so.

On behalf of the Government, the Deputy Minister accepted the below listed equipment -:
• 5 x Hand Held GPS equipment;
• 2 X Automatic Weather Stations, workstation desktop and additional guy wire set;
• 3 x Digital Barometers;
• 5 x Digital Stations, calibration kit for new instruments and solar power system;
• 8 X Digital Thermometers, handheld humidity temperature meter; and
• 50 x PVC Standard Rain gauges.

Hon Rwodzi expressed her gratitude to all the partners that have come on board to assist in this regard such as UNOPS.

The ceremony was also attended by the Minister of Local Government and Public Works Hon J. Moyo, the Resident Representative for UNDP Georges van Monfort, Permanent Representative of the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) represented by partnership liaison officer Clement Mhlanga and the Director for Meteorological Services Department Mrs R. Manzou.

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT REVIEW STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS. Currently underway today is stakeholder consultations on ...
08/02/2022

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT REVIEW STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATIONS.

Currently underway today is stakeholder consultations on the review of the Environmental Management Agency Act at Holiday Inn in Bulawayo.

The Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry with the support from United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Global Environmental Facility (GEF) is spearheading the review of the Act.

The review process includes the following:

1. aligning the Act with the current provisions of the Constitution and to address enforcement challenges and loopholes in the existing framework,

2. review of environmental management practices, locally, nationally, internationally and get an understanding of recommendations from international protocol and treaties for the purpose of discerning best practices, and

3. consultations with key stakeholders to understand existing constraints, legal bottlenecks and opportunities in environmental management.

The objectives of the consultative workshops are to:

1. define national environmental principles, vision, goals and strategies,

2. to establish synergies and areas of complementarity with other relevant sectoral policies to ensure consideration of cross-cuttting issues and

3. build consensus among beneficiaries and key stakeholders and thus establish ownership and public confidence in the formulation process to enhance chances of implementation.

Speaking during the meeting Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon N.M. Ndhlovu who was the guest of honour said that the review comes at a time when Zimbabwe has adopted the National Development Strategy 1, itself guided by Vision 2030. He said that the two policy documents provide the astutes and sustainable management of the environment, within the context of rapid economic development.

Yesterday the 6th of February 2022, the Deputy Minister for Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon B...
07/02/2022

Yesterday the 6th of February 2022, the Deputy Minister for Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon B.Rwodzi officially opened the Africa's Eden Travel Show in Victoria Falls.

The Africa’s Eden Travel Trade Show is a conference featuring destination partners from across Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe, tour operators and travel buyers from all over the world.

Hon Rwodzi acknowledged the confidence that the region has bestowed upon Zimbabwe to host the inaugural meeting and exhibitions. Zimbabwe prides itself as an active member of the Kavango-Zambezi Trans-Frontier Conservation Area (KAZA, TFCA), which is the largest conservation estate in the world.

A total of 70 top notch buyers from 23 countries and 103 exhibitors from the KAZA Region are attending the trade show.

The welcome event was attended by the Secretary for Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Mr M. Munodawafa, Mayor for Victoria Falls His Worship Dhlamini, Chairperson for Africa's Eden Tourism Association Mr D.Glyn, the President of the Tourism Business Council Mr W. Nhau, Tourism Promotions Manager Livingstone Zambia Ms J. Mutinta,
Acting CEO for ZTA Mr G. Chidzidzi, Chief Director Director Tourism and Hospitality Management Dr D. Runyowa and the President of Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe Mr F. Chimba.

The Deputy Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon B. Rwodzi led the February National Cl...
07/02/2022

The Deputy Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon B. Rwodzi led the February National Clean Up Programme in Filabusi.

Tree planting was witnessed at February National Clean Up Programme.

In attendance were various stakeholders and Minister of State for Matabeleland South Provincial Affairs and Devolution Hon A. Ncube.

#Play your part and get cleaning.
#Together protecting the environment.

The Vice President and Second Secretary of the Ruling Party Zanu PF Hon K.C.D. Mohadi led the February National Clean Up...
07/02/2022

The Vice President and Second Secretary of the Ruling Party Zanu PF Hon K.C.D. Mohadi led the February National Clean Up Programme in Mutare at Chikanga Spar.

Tree planting was witnessed at the February National Clean Up Programme.

In attendance were various stakeholders, Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs and Devolution Hon N. Matsikenyere, Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Senator M. Mutsvangwa, Deputy Minister for Transport and Infrastructural Development Hon M. Madiro and the Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry represented by Professor P. Matondi.

#Play your part and get cleaning.
#Together protecting the environment.

The Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon N.M. Ndhlovu  le the February National Clean ...
07/02/2022

The Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon N.M. Ndhlovu le the February National Clean Up Programme in Murehwa, Mashonaland East Province.

Tree planting was also witnessed at the February National Clean Up Programme.

In attendance were various stakeholders, Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs and Devolution Hon A. Munzverengwi and Minister of National Housing Hon Garwe.

#Play your part and get cleaning.
#Together protecting the environment.

Today, the 2nd of February 2022, Zimbabwe has joined the rest of the world in commemorating the World Wetlands Day under...
02/02/2022

Today, the 2nd of February 2022, Zimbabwe has joined the rest of the world in commemorating the World Wetlands Day under the theme, "wetlands action for people and nature, " at Njovo Community, Ward 18 in Masvingo.

The day is commemorated worldwide annually marking the signing of the Treaty on the Conservation of Wetlands which was signed on the 2nd of February 1971 in Ramsar, Iran. The Treaty became popularly known as the Ramsar Convention and its aim is to raise public awareness on conservation,proper utilisation and management of wetlands and their resources.

The Acting President of the Republic of Zimbabwe Hon (Retd)Dr C.D.G.N Chiwenga who was the guest of honour thanked Njovo Community for their sterling efforts in promoting the management and conservation of wetlands while at the same time deriving sustainable livelihoods from them.

The project is indirectly benefiting 500 households. The catchment management approach of the project premised on is the way to go in all conservation efforts. The horticulture, beekeeping, orchard, poultry and aquaculture will go a long way in improving livelihood options for the local people.

The Government through the Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry has started implementing a number of initiatives to ensure sustainable wetlands management is achieved. These include the development of a National Wetlands Management Framework consisting of the National Wetlands Policy, National Wetlands Master Plan and Wetlands Management Guidelines.

The Acting President encouraged all relevant institutions to develop and implement local management plans for the protection and restoration of degraded wetlands while all citizens should likewise take up the sustainable management of wetlands as their responsibility.

Hon. (Retd) Gen. Dr C.D.G.N Chiwenga also launched the National Wetlands Policy and the Wetlands Management Guidelines.

The commemorations were attended by the Minister of State for Masvingo Provincial Affairs and Devolution Hon E. Chadzamira, Minister of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Hon N.M. Ndhlovu, Chiefs, Senior Government Officials and other invited guests.

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