ZAMBEZI WILDERNESS CHIZARIRA NATIONAL PARKS


Address

Physical Address:
Binga,
Zimbabwe

Contact Details

Fax: +263 ..
Phone: +263 ..
Directions: FROM HERE | TO HERE

Business categories:






No favourites

In Zimbabwe, risk perception trumps orthodoxy as inflation soars
Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube seems to be doing everything by the book as he pursues orthodox economic policy.
Read more
Kenya announces plan to grow genetically modified cotton
Kenya's Vision 2030 has identified cotton as a key sub-sector with the potential to benefit eight million people in the drier areas of the country.
Read more
OPINION: New employment equity bill is progressive, must become law
Minister Thulas Nxesi announced that the government is soon to table the long-awaited Employment Equity Amendment Bill in Parliament.
Read more
Black business welcomes repo rate cut
SARB Governor Lesetja Kganyago announced on Thursday that the monetary policy committee (MPC) unanimously decided to reduce the repo rate.
Read more


Cape Town Sevens now over three days after women’s event added
“Last year, we responded to the market demand by creating a loyalty membership programme,” said Roux.
Read more
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce: I hope to prove the doubters wrong
“I know in some people’s eyes I’m not Rafa, and I understand there are big shoes to fill. But believe me, I’ll give it everything I possibly can.”
Read more
Netball Proteas scored 67 goals for Madiba, says captain Msomi
It’s the first time South Africa have ever reached a netball World Cup semi-final.
Read more
Simon Yates grabs 12th stage at Tour de France
With an individual time trial scheduled for Friday, none of the top guns attacked, and 40 riders broke away from the peloton.
Read more


Cyril Ramaphosa lashes Julius Malema, defends Pravin Gordhan
Gordhan has in recent weeks faced the wrath of the EFF whose members last Thursday surrounded him as he attempted to deliver his departmental budget speech in parliament.
Read more
There is a price tag on Floyd Shivambu's head, says Julius Malema
EFF leader Julius Malema has revealed that his deputy Floyd Shivambu was a target of assassination after a Durban businessman offered money for his killing.
Read more
Is Jacob Zuma gaining high-profile supporters?
Although out of power, former president Jacob Zuma continues to draw high profile supporters.
Read more
North West tables R12bn budget, wants more 24-hour clinics
The North West health department is working tirelessly to improve access to primary healthcare by increasing operating hours, MEC Madoda Sambatha said
Read more




Contact

Feedback

First name:
Surname:
Email:
Description:
Authorisation Key
(Please enter numbers from image below)