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    MP Mnangagwa opens new guest house in Mvuma




    ELLEN MLAMBO
    CHIVHU BUREAU

    MVUMA – The MP for Chirumanzu-Zibagwe Auxillia Mnangagwa has officially opened Mpofu Guest House in Mvuma.
    The lodge which is bound to bring hospitality standards in the small mining town to a new level was officially opened on Friday Last week.
    The official opening was attended by several Government officials, chief Chaka, representatives of private companies such as Chicken Inn.
    Also at the official opening was the honorary life president of National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe (NAAZ) Joseph Mungwari and Christine Ncube, the NAAZ vice president.
    The 10 roomed lodge is owned by Sharon Tavengwa and her husband Luc Krotwaar who are both international athletes and the MP commended the couple for enhancing development in the town through infrastructure development and provision of employment.
    She advised Tavengwa to employ competent, well behaved and professional people who will deliver on results.
    Ncube applauded Tavengwa and her husband for constructing a state of the art lodge in Mvuma. She said tourism is one of the vital pillars for transforming the country's economy.
    Mungwari gave Tavengwa's sports history during the function. He said Tavengwa began athletics at primary and secondary level at Chamakanda Secondary School in Chaka. In 2002, Tavengwa went to Mauritius to compete and she was among athletes representing Southern Region countries.
    She was in the junior atheletics team. On the following year, she graduated into a senior athlete.   
    Krotwaar is a long distance athlete in the Netherlands.
    Construction of the lodge started in 2010 and the first wing was completed in 2013.
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