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21 Countries Registered for Sanganai/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has held a press conference today at their offices in Harare in preparation of the Sanganai/ Hlanganani World Tourism Expo.

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) in collaboration with the tourism Industry in Zimbabwe will be hosting the 11th edition of Sanganai/Hlanganani – World Tourism Expo in Bulawayo at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre from 06 – 08 September 2018. 

During the press conference the Chief Executive officer for Zimbabwe Tourism Authority confirmed that 21 countries had already registered for the Expo.

 “The reason why we are doing the expo in Bulawayo is to rebuild the economy of Bulawayo.”

“It is anticipated that 240 buyers and 15 media across markets shall converge at the ZITF grounds for this year’s Sanganai.”

“These buyers will engage in business exchanges and networking with the Zimbabwe Tourism industry under one roof during the Sanganai/Hlanganani 2 day trade of 6 and 7 September.”

“South has decided to re-join the Sanganai since last year and this year it has brought 25 brands to exhibit at the Expo.”

Sanganai/Hlanganani – World Tourism Expo is an annual Tourism Trade Fair organized by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority. It showcases the widest variety of Africa’s best tourism products, and attracts international visitors and media from across the world.

The 2018 edition will be held in the country’s second largest city, Bulawayo, and is expected to ride on the successes gained by the previous editions and is an opportunity not to be missed. 

The Fair will target among other exhibitors the following: National Tourism Boards, Embassies, International Airlines Tourism destinations, Leading Tour Wholesalers, Tour Operators and Travel Agents, Accommodation Providers, Car Hire and Transport Operators, Suppliers of goods and services to the tourism industry, Investors, Government Ministries and Parastatals.

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