Team Ncube captures Victoria Falls

Team Ncube captures Victoria Falls
Published: 11 December 2017 (2983 Views)
Carl Joshua Ncube has now settled in Zimbabwe and in typical fashion has already stamped his authority on the tourist town of Victoria Falls by setting up an APP called Victoria Falls 365.

The Comic and Creative Entrepreneur says the APP is there to compliment the amazing work already happening in the TOURIST RESORT TOWN. What Victoria Falls has always needed is a project that is playing the role of a tourism authority form a commercial stand point to bring out the best in the area and sell it hard to the tourists domestic and foreign.

Victoria Falls 365 does just that as Nelsy and Carl Joshua Ncube have been going all over the town soaking in the sights and sounds from their perspective and then showing the public what life is truly like in Victoria Falls. Quite often when I am on my tours internationally people are often curious about what Zimbabwe is truly like, what they mean is the NON BROCHURE version of Zimbabwe and so we saw an opportunity to VOUCH for the TOURISM in Zimbabwe by being the ones to experience what is happening then relaying to our friends, fans and tourists out there on the internet said the NCUBE's who are still settling in to Victoria Falls.


Without any time the dynamic duo or Zimbabwean power couple have already made an immediate impact with a series of colorful, exciting pictures and reviews as well as videos attracting a great deal of interest amongst domestic tourists to visit Victoria Falls.

This will truly be an amazing project in Victoria Falls as the NCUBE'S have even announced their intention to setup a comedy club on land and on the ZAMBEZI as well as an AMBITIOUS 2019 conference or CAMP of young people with an estimated 6000 delegates.

The UNNOFICIAL ZIMBABWEAN TOURISM AMBASSADOR Carl Joshua Ncube is certainly seeing something in Victoria Falls that a lot have not seen. It is unusual to see an accomplished artist move to Victoria Falls permanently but Carl Joshua Ncube jokingly says this is the equivalent of a Las Vegas residency.

In the USA artists get lucrative residencies in VEGAS citing artists like BOYZ II MEN, CELINE DION and TERRY FATOR a comic ventriloquist who even has a venue named after him.

- Agencies

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