The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority has applauded the tourism industry for its proactive role in Friday’s National Clean Up Campaigns held countrywide.
The National Clean-up campaign was officially launched by His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, E.D Mnangagwa on the 5th of December 2018. At the launch event held in Harare, he made declaration that the first Friday of every month would be set aside as the National Clean-up day.
In line with the President’s declaration, The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority, in support of this noble cause took part in the clean-up Campaign in various parts of the country.
In Harare, the Central Business District was the area of focus for the tourism body. The staff went round the city and spent a considerable amount of the two hours of national cleaning working on the ever busy Simon Muzenda Bus Terminus (formerly Fourth Street).
They wound up the exercise at Tourism House where they thoroughly cleaned up their premises.
Tourism thrives in a clean environment and the ZTA has always taken a solid position of making sure that this initiative becomes success.