Preparations for the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) set for the 26th to the 30th of April next year have begun in earnest with a call for local and foreign businesses to start making their bookings for the international trade showcase.
THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Company (ZITF) has high hopes for the 2016 exhibition which is set to encourage different economic players, increase investment in manufacturing processes in the country to revitalise industries by inviting different countries worldwide.
ZIMBABWE’S premier trade exhibition will next year focus on reversing deindustrialisation that has seen several companies across the country shutting down with some scaling down operations to keep afloat. The 57th edition Zimbabwe International Trade Fair, which will run from April 26-30, will be anchored on innovation, regional integration and industrialisation.
It is 7’oclock in the morning at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre. It looks like any other spring Thursday morning – but wait a moment – this one is different. Hall 3, the venue, housing the WASHen 2015 Conference & Exhibition, has been painted blue.
THE government has expressed concern at low investment in sanitation infrastructure, a development that has seen 31 percent of the country’s rural population resorting to open defecation. The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Environment Water and Climate, Prince Muparizviho, said this while addressing delegates to the water, sanitation, hygiene and energy expo (WASHen) which opened in […]