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ZITF boss bows out

Sunday, Aug 5, 2018. ZIMBABWE International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company general manager Mrs Nomathemba Ndlovu has left the company after serving three months notice.

ZITF Company board chairperson Ms Ruth Ncube confirmed that Mrs Ndlovu who was serving a three months notice following her voluntary resignation in June had severed ties with the country’s leading international exhibition organiser.

Ndebele appointed acting ZITF boss

Aug 12, 2018 – THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has appointed its sales executive Mr Nicholas Ndebele as the acting general manager taking over from Mrs Nomathemba Ndlovu who resigned last month.

Speaking at Mrs Ndlovu’s farewell cocktail on Friday last week ZITF Company board chairperson Ms Ruth Ncube said the board was in the process of seeking a substantive general manager.

Sanganai /Hlanganani preps underway

PREPARATIONS for the 11th edition of the Sanganai/Hlanganani tourism fair are underway with players in the sector saying they are ready for the show

Bulawayo: The ultimate meeting place

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company has identified a transaction advisor to assist it in the implementation of the $50 million hotel and convention centre project, the firm’s chairperson, Mrs Ruth Ncube has said.

The company plans to construct a 300-bed five-star hotel and a giant 800-seater convention centre in its Bulawayo exhibition premises after realising an untapped accommodation market in the city.

ZITF clarifies Mine-Entra exhibition date shift

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company says the shift in dates for the 2018 Mining, Engineering and Transport (Mine-Entra) exhibition from July to October 2018 has been necessitated by wide multi-stakeholder engagements.

ZITF preps gather momentum

Preparations for the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) 2018 have gathered momentum, with 34 034 square metres of space already taken up. There is high hope that exhibitor interest – particularly by foreigners – would spike as dates draw close driven by the re-engagement process Government has initiated.

ZITF to go ahead with 300-bed hotel construction

“We usually use it for the ZITF International business conference, we are currently upgrading that hall, purchasing conferencing equipment carpeting, redoing the ceilings and parking areas small things that we can do as we build up to the full project,” said ZITF Company General Manager, Mrs Nomathemba Ndlovu

ZITF foreign interest increases

“Preparations for the 2018 edition of ZITF are progressing well. To date just above 32 300 square metres have been booked by 137 exhibitors. “This compares favourably with last year’s booking situation where 116 companies had booked 18 276 square metres,” said ZITF Company General Manager, Mrs Nomathemba Ndlovu.