ZNBC has officially launched a 65-episode tourism reality show in partnership with Techpro Outsourcing Company which will air every weekday for 13 weeks from April.   ZNBC Director General Richard Mwanza says the tourism show is in line with the national broadcaster's strategic objectives to promote the country's local tourism through television.   Mr.


      The Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) has appealed to Zambians for support towards the 2018  Kuomboka Ceremony of the Lozi people of Western Province.   Ngambela Nyambe Mwenda has also thanked government for the support rendered to the ceremony last year 2017, after 3 years of not holding the event.   The Ngambela has also

Zambia poised for tourism extravaganza

    Zambia's Ambassador to Germany Anthony Mukwita says the country's Exhibition Stand for this year's International Tourism Bourse ITB is set.   Mr. Mukwita was speaking during a tour of the Messe Berlin the venue where the International Tourism Bourse extravaganza will take place from 7th to the 11th of March this year. He


  Minister of Tourism and Arts Charles Banda says Lusaka is once more viable as a tourism product worth visiting following the clean-up campaign.   Speaking when he toured the Central Business District this morning, the Minister said the city is looking attractive and good enough for any tourist to stay.   Mr. Banda commended

KAZA Visas to attract tourists

      The Ministry of Finance has completed the process of printing Unified Visas for foreign visitors to Zambia and Zimbabwe, commonly known as KAZA Visas.   Commenting on the development in Lusaka, Minister of Finance Felix Mutati expressed confidence that the completion of the printing process and subsequent issuance of the KAZA Visa

Govt to create Water Authority

    Minister of Transport and Communication Brian Mushimba says government is looking at creating a water authority to attract investment in commercial water transport.   Mr. Mushimba adds that this will help create infrastructure that will support tourism and commercial water transportation in various parts of the country.   He says government has already taken

Table your challenges-LUNGU

    President Edgar Lungu has advised local investors in the tourism industry to make their challenges known to Government. The President said government is working at improving the business environment in the country.   President Lungu says the growth of a sustainable tourism industry can only be achieved when there are more local investors

Support govt’s efforts- Mukwita

    Zambia's Ambassador to Germany, Anthony Mukwita has appealed to business houses in the tourism industry in Zambia to support government efforts as it seeks to promote the country's tourism sector.   Ambassador Mukwita says there is need to support government efforts as Zambia prepares to participate at the March 2018 International Tourism