LOCAL Authorities Minister July Moyo has mentioned kombis usually are not
Minister Moyo reiterated that solely ZUPCO buses, or these
beneath the ZUPCO franchise, are allowed to ferry passengers.
Authorities banned personal kombis initially of the
Covid-19 outbreak in 2020.
“Non-public kombis usually are not coming again, President Mnangagwa is
working very exhausting to buy ZUPCO buses which will likely be sufficient to cater for the
commuting public,” Minister Moyo mentioned.
The police additionally warned the general public to not board
mushika-shika transport as they danger being robbed or killed.
For the previous few months, police has been recording circumstances in
which individuals had been raped, robbed or killed.
“The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) reiterates that members
of the general public should keep away from boarding mushikashika autos or use their personal
autos as pirate taxis as they danger falling prey to robbers,” police
spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Nyathi mentioned.
Zimbabwe Passengers Affiliation president, Tafadzwa
Goriyati, mentioned passengers had been dealing with a transport disaster as ZUPCO was ending
its night operations sooner than anticipated.
“Within the night, passengers are boarding something which
comes on the highway due to the scarcity of ZUPCO transport, persons are being
robbed of their possessions due to transport challenges,” he mentioned
Patricia Mberi, who lives in Budiriro, mentioned their space was
being serviced by one ZUPCO bus.
“When you miss that bus, you’ll have to wait for an additional
journey, commuting to city could be very exhausting and costly since you hike from right here
and also you pay US$1 to the roundabout and board one other automotive to city,” she mentioned. H