The Sunday Mail
A new signage for Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport that will incorporate cultural values and public sentiments in its design is currently being worked on, it has been learnt.
In a statement on Thursday, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Felix Mhona said Government has already gone to tender for the production of the new signage.
This follows an outcry over the recent removal of signage containing the Nguni shield at JM Nkomo International Airport by the Airports Company of Zimbabwe (ACZ).
“The ministry regrets the hasty removal of the signage at JM Nkomo International Airport without notifying all stakeholders,” he said.
“The ministry takes pleasure in informing all stakeholders that we have already gone to tender for new signage that incorporates all stakeholder concerns.
“Wider consultations are ongoing on the best signage which will factor in regional sentiments and desires.”