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Zim@41-Together, Growing Our Economy For A Prosperous, Resilient And Inclusive Society


By Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa

Cabinet received an update on preparations for the 41st Independence Day Anniversary and the Children’s Party. The Children’s Party will take place on 17th April, followed by the Independence Day Anniversary Celebrations on 18th April, 2021.

Cabinet is informing the nation that the theme for the 2021 Independence Anniversary is Zim@41-Together, Growing our Economy for a Prosperous, Resilient and Inclusive Society.

With regard to the Children’s Party, Cabinet approved that fifty (50) learners selected from primary and secondary schools across all the ten (10) provinces and encompassing the districts will be facilitated to attend the main event at State House on 17th April, 2021.

The number is inclusive of Child Parliamentarians. Each province will therefore provide for 5 children who shall be accompanied to State House by two teachers.

The transition from the Children’s Party to Independence Day will be marked by a Virtual Independence Gala and a fireworks display at midnight, the latter at the Rainbow Towers and lasting half an hour

In the run up to the 2021 Independence Day, Cabinet has sanctioned a national clean-up campaign, and information to that effect will be disseminated to all the provinces.

The Ministries of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation; and Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry are jointly organizing the clean-up, with the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services on hand to ensure selected segments are beamed to the nation.

Two most popular clubs, Dynamos and Highlanders, will compete for honours in the President’s Independence Day Trophy under strict WHO Protocols and National Guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Sixteen radio stations will be resourced for the purpose of broadcasting His Excellency the President’s Speech in the official languages dominant in each community.

Robert Tapfumaneyi