Tollgates

Residents resist tollgates

Residents resist tollgates

BULAWAYO Progressive Residents’ Association (Bpra) has vowed to mobilise residents in resisting the erection of tollgates within the city, a development that city fathers seem to have endorsed.

Council to introduce tollgates

Council to introduce tollgates

BULAWAYO City Council is eager to have tollgates erected within the city as this will help raise funds to maintain the dilapidated road network, a Cabinet minister said yesterday.

Toll fees must  be justified

Toll fees must be justified

THE HIGH COURT last week gave the government the nod to increase toll fees by 100% after some sections of society challenged the manner Transport minister Obert Mpofu went about the review.

Mpofu speaks on toll fees

Mpofu speaks on toll fees

TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu yesterday said the recent 100% increase in tollgate fees is aimed at improving the country’s road network and infrastructure.

Mpofu wins toll fees war

Mpofu wins toll fees war

THE HIGH COURT yesterday ruled that there was nothing untoward about the recent 100% increase in toll fees announced by the government.

Toll fees court  challenge timely

Toll fees court challenge timely

THE decision by the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) to drag Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu to court over the recent tollgate fees increase is a timely intervention.

Tollgate fees raise dust

Tollgate fees raise dust

MOTORISTS have described the government’s decision to hike tollgate fees by 100% as burdensome to poverty stricken commuters who rely on public transport on a daily basis.

Unregistered RBZ vehicles worry govt

Unregistered RBZ vehicles worry govt

THE TRANSPORT and Infrastructure Development ministry has expressed concern over unregistered vehicles donated by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to various institutions and individuals saying they were a nuisance at tollgates.

Tollgate fees for ‘NGOs’ in Zim

Tollgate fees for ‘NGOs’ in Zim

DIPLOMATIC missions and international organisations accredited to Zimbabwe are now required to pay tollgate fees in a move aimed at buffering the country’s revenue.

No going back on city tollgates: Mpofu

No going back on city tollgates: Mpofu

THE government is working with local authorities in setting up the proposed urban tollgates and consultations are still underway, Transport and Infrastructural Development minister Obert Mpofu said yesterday.

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