Saturday Sep 13
Zimbabwe: Govt - Block Tourists From Private Hospitals
THE government does not want tourists visiting the country taken to private hospitals in cases of emergencies because this was a "security threat", it was revealed this week. In August, three Australian tourists and their German pilot were injured after a six-seater Cessna aircraft crashed soon after take-off from Victoria Falls airport.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
When two elephants fight . . .
Some feel that Government is punishing and generalising what happened at Premier Service Medical Aid Society with all other funders Paidamoyo Chipunza Living Life The issue of medical tariffs took prominence at this year's all stakeholders conference for medical aid societies which took place in Victoria Falls this week. The saying that when two elephants fight, it's the grass that suffer best describes the current scenarios characterising the medical costs debacle.
Zimbabwe: Econet to Partner Govt to Improve Economy
ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe is prepared to work with Government in stimulating economic revival through spearheading investments that develops infrastructure and creation of jobs. Econet has so far spent about $900 million in the local economy through payment of various taxes, duty and levies since dollarisation,.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Travel World News
Zambia: The Royal Livingstone Receives Top Honor at the World Travel Awards
The Royal Livingstone, a 5 star property within Sun International's SUNLUX Collection - has been recognized as Zambia's Leading Hotel in the World Travel Awards for the eighth time. The Royal Livingstone stretches along the banks of the Zambezi River, just a short walk from its own entrance to The Victoria Falls.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
From Mountain Kingdom, with love
Joram Nyathi Group Political Editor LET'S take a visit to the mountain Kingdom of Lesotho. It doesn't matter whether what happened there last Saturday was a military coup or not.
Zimbabwe: New Vic Falls Airport "A Game Changer"
THE new $150 million international airport at Victoria Falls will change the face of the region, a tourism industry leader says. Africa Albida Tourism chief executive Ross Kennedy said: "The Victoria Falls Airport is going to be a massive game changer, not only Zimbabwe, but for the region.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Victoria Falls Airport is very, very far from the town. Anyway it is very small but beautiful and brand new.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Vicky in Devil's Pool
While in the Victoria Falls, in the Zimbabwean side, we can see how many tourists take a dangerous tor to the edge of the falls in the Zambian side.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
CURTAINS & WALL
Here we have a almost dry wall in the edge of the Victoria Falls Canyon. Even with very few water the place is amazing.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Mozambique: Two Presidential Terms not Ideal for Africa - Chissano
"Two terms is not long enough for African leaders... it is very short in my case I would complete my work in a third term, although I decided not to compete "said the former President of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano, during a southern Africa lawyers' Forum which took place last week just in Victoria Falls, in Zimbabwe.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Vicky in the Balcony
Here we have another sample of Victoria Falls in the Main Cataract. In the foreground we are in Zimbabwe while the falls are in Zambia.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
.com | Chissano: 2-term limits not enough for African leaders
Cape Town Former Mozambican president Joaquim Chissano says two-term limits are too short for African leaders to implement their policies and ideas.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Says Won't Sign Death Warrants
JUSTICE Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa has revealed he will not sign death warrants for the country's 97 death row prisoners saying he is opposed to the death sentence.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Zimbabwe: Mugabe Firmly Holds Levers of Power
With the nomination of First Lady Grace Mugabe to a senior Zanu PF position, the great succession debate is dominating headlines once again.
A walk on the wild side in Zimbabwe
ADORABLE BABY LIONS: It's kind of like they took a kitten and crossed it with a savage animal too naive to realise it will one day be able to maul you and feast on your carcass.
Mail & Guardian
Mugabe tests SADC's power
Strong position: President Robert Mugabe urged SADC states to resist the temptation to accept Western aid at the regional bloc's 34th summit in Victoria Falls last weekend.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Archeology in a Casino
This is the main casino in Victoria falls.It has a curious and beautiful architecture inspired in the old ruins of an ancient civilization of Zimbabwe.
Southern Africa: All Quiet On the SADC Front
It was an uneventful SADC summit hosted by new chairman Robert Mugabe, although he didn't fail to stamp his personality on proceedings.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Reader of the Week: Peta Price
My dad told me that if I ever wanted to know how someone really felt I had to go by their actions and not their words.