Turnout slowly increasing at ZAS
HARARE- An average 10 000 people have attended the first two days of the ongoing Zimbabwe Agricultural Show (ZAS), The Mirror has learnt.
The show begins on Monday and ends on Saturday. ZAS runs under the theme: Sustained growth, Adaptation, Productivity, Linkages.
ZAS spokesperson Tawonga Miriyoni confirmed the matter to The Mirror.
“On Monday and Tuesday, we recorded an average of 10,000 people. There are no incidents of thefts as yet,” said Miriyoni.
ZAS usually has low attendance in the first three days and records bumper turnout on Friday and Saturday.
The opening day, the farmers had parade of diplomatic business network and President school rugby cup. Tuesday had the Zimtrade-ZAS breakfast symposium, seventh annual national schools quiz, drum majorettes competitions and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) display rehearsals.
Yesterday was the eleventh annual National Agribusiness Conference, Presidential Guard rehearsal, drum majorettes and fireworks. There will be a leverage economic agriculture pose dinner meeting from 7: 30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Today, there is the mining and agriculture breakfast interface, ZRP, Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) displays and other events.
ZAS will officially be opened on Friday.