UNWTO SG Post, not a peer competition for a job but a global deployment.” Dr Mzembi, Zimbabwe Minister of Tour ism

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13 JUNE 2016

UNWTO SG Post, not a peer competition for a job but a global deployment.” Dr Mzembi, Zimbabwe Minister of Tourism

On April 1, Zimbabwe announced that it was nominating Tourism Minister Eng Dr Walter Mzembi ( WM) for the seat of the United Nations World Tourism Organization Secretary-General. Minister Mzembi has hit the campaign trail for the global position and tells The Herald Political Editor Tichaona Zindoga (TZ) that if he lands the post, which….

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