Ms Mupfumira added: “I’m trying to underline the problem of flight connectivity. We are losing business as a nation and this is something which is a priority to the Ministry of Transport”.
Ms Mupfumira continued: “Infrastructure is a key issue for us to be able to get to our major source markets” and commented: “We want to have intra-African airlines. We need to sort out air connectivity and direct flights to major areas where there is a tourism source market and to areas where there is a good population of Zimbabweans”.
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