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Zim, Moza urged to collaborate in tourism
ZIMBABWE, Mozambique and Zambia should collaborate in the development of the Luanga confluence to develop tourism in the area.
Speaking during a meeting between a delegation from Mashonaland Central and Tete Province in Mozambique recently, Minister of State for Mashonaland Provincial Affairs, Advocate Martin Dinha, said the political co-operation between Zimbabwe and Mozambique should economically benefit the citizens of the two countries.
The trip to Mozambique followed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s engagement with his SADC counterparts where the issue of regional integration took centre stage.
President Mnangagwa has since instructed provincial ministers to engage their counterparts in neighbouring countries to come up with win-win situations that will benefit all the countries.
“We have a lot of areas where the two countries can benefit from,” said Minister Dinha. “One area of collaboration is the tourism sector, especially the Ruanga confluence which borders Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia.
“This is one of the most beautiful areas which can be developed to promote tourism between the three countries. This area remains underdeveloped, yet there is a lot of wildlife there.”
Source: The Herald