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City Of Bulawayo Adjusts Parking Fees

City Of Bulawayo Adjusts Parking Fees

The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has reduced its “exorbitant” parking fees following complaints from motorists and the public.

The City of Bulawayo, in partnership with Tendy Three Investments, recently introduced a new parking system where motorists were asked to pay US$1 for a 30-minute prime parking spot and US$1 for an hour parking spot in other zones.

In a statement released on Friday late afternoon, Bulawayo Town Clerk, Christopher Dube, said that with effect from Monday 21 March 2022, the Central Business District has been designated into a single US$1 for 1-hour fee zone.

This means that the US$1 for 30 minutes fee for a prime parking spot has been scrapped. Said, Dube:

The City of Bulawayo would like to advise members of the public and the motoring public that with effect from Monday 21 March 2022, the Central Business District has been designated into a single zone of one hour/ US$1 or at equivalent bank rate through Ecocash POS or ZWL cash.

This notification cancels the 30 minutes /US$1 zone that was in place at the core of the city.

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5 Comments

Geraldine Mutoriro 2 months ago

134.8 Zimbabwe Dollars


Kodzo 2 months ago

STILL VERY EXPENSIVE.
A DOLLAR A DAY FOR PARKING ONLY IS TOO MUCH FOR THOSE WHO WORK IN TOWN. TRY ANOTHER PLAN.
IF IT IS LIKE THAT,WE WILL NEVER PARK OUR VEHICLES IN THE CBD.
WW WANT TO SEE WHERE YOU ARE GOING TO GET THAT DOLLAR
WE ARE TIRED OF THESE CORRUPT COUNCIL PERSONNELS


Nguni Royalty 2 months ago

akulanto etshintshileyo vele lapha


why parking fees usu tese tiri ma zimbabweans 2 months ago

nxa



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