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Biggie Katuka who has been Jah Prayzah’s keyboard player has left the Third Generation band to pursue a career in tourism.

Katuka explained to Daily News yesterday saying that he required time to nurse his fledging tourism start-up, christened I Travel.

The new company’s forte will be centred mainly on domestic tourism as Katuka looks forward to service a niche market that has been overlooked by the traditional giants in the sector that mainly aims on international arrivals.

“The company is still new hence I decided to leave the Third Generation to give it all my attention as it has a potential to scale dizzy heights,” Katuka said.

Katuka’s new company will be organising a two-day trip from Harare to Matabeleland North dubbed the “Binga Bush Party” for next month.

“We are targeting a small number to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic as we are still under a national lockdown.

“On this one, we want only 20 tourists and I am happy with the response so far. People are actually excited,” Katuka added.

Regardless of the decline in the tourism sector in the past 14 months because of the global pandemic, local hotels and tourists’ attractions are slowly opening up.

Katuka is personally convicted that he has ventured into the sector at the right time when the industry is now gettting ready for a reboot after weathering the Covid-19 pandemic.

“There is a lot of potential. The only setback we have so far is the Covid-19 pandemic and the travelling restrictions,” he said.

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