|Mzembi elected ATA president|
|Friday, 25 May 2012 00:00|
Isdore Guvamombe in Victoria Falls
US-based organisation for the next two years.
Addressing journalists after the elections, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority chief executive Mr Karikoga Kaseke said the election gives Zimbabwe the leverage to promote and market its tourism in the United States.
“I am also glad to announce that Zimbabwe will by Thursday have formed a Young Professional Council chapter of ATA to get things moving,’’ said Mr Kaseke.
influence UNWTO to grant Zimbabwe the right to co-host, with Zambia the 2013 UNWTO general assembly.
Minister Mzembi, who sits on the Berlin and United States based Institute of Cultural Diplomacy Board, is now a “sought-after” speaker on the international fora and is expected to use his international network to market and promote Zimbabwe’s tourism and hospitality industry.