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Mnangagwa arrives in Bulawayo

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has arrived in Bulawayo ahead of the launch of the National Culture Month to be held in Binga, Matabeleland North tomorrow.

The culture month will be held at Kariyangwe Secondary School in Binga, as Government continues to implement its policy of spreading programmes across all corners of the country in line with the leaving no one behind philosophy.

The National Culture Month is being launched in Binga, barely a month when the Independence Day commemorations were held in Mt Darwin, Mashonaland Central.

President Mnangagwa was received at the Joshua Mqabuko International Airport by senior Government officials, senior Zanu -PF members in Bulawayo and hundreds of Zanu-PF supporters who broke into song and dance celebrating the arrival of the President.

Upon arrival, the President briefed party supporters on his trip to Egypt and about tomorrow’s event.

Source: Bulawayo24

In other news-Zimbabwe NewsGovernment readies for AfCFTA

GOVERNMENT says it is putting all necessary measures to be part of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), with the gazetting of a duty-free policy on a reciprocal basis with AfCFTA member states imminent.



Zimbabwe officially joined the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) in 2020 which aims at creating a single continental market for goods and services.

To ensure the country benefits, various efforts have been initiated by the government including retooling of the manufacturing sector. Learn more

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