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Government Issues SI 299 Of 2022 Reviewing Vehicle Licence Fees Up

Government Issues SI 299 Of 2022 Reviewing Vehicle Licence Fees Up

The government has through Statutory Instrument 299 of 2022 published in the Government Gazette today reviewed vehicle licence fees.

The SI states that light motor vehicles now pay $3 240 for a term of four months up from $1 800 while vehicles with a net mass of 2 250kg and above are now paying $4 590.

All other vehicle classes have also been reviewed according to the new Statutory Instrument.

Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) spokesperson Mr Tendai Mugabe also confirmed the new tariffs saying they would help the road fund administration to make meaningful disbursements to road authorities. Said Mr Mugabe:

For us to meet the targets set for us in National Development Strategy 1 and Vision 2030 and to fully fund the Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme (ERRP2), we need to have meaningful tariffs.

We want to thank the Government for this support and this will go a long way in accelerating the rehabilitation of our road network.

This is happening in the backdrop of rising inflation that has also seen businesses reviewing their prices up.

The Zimbabwe dollar has since its reintroduction in 2019 been shedding value against other currencies, especially the United States dollar on both the formal and black markets.

More: The Herald

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13 Comments

Peace 7 months ago

Inflation is only being noticed on expenditure and not on income


Ozi lunga 7 months ago

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Jinn 7 months ago

Sesikhathele ngamaReviews,nxa kulehlula madoda just give others a chance.


PasiNezanu 7 months ago

Chaora chinhu ichi


chikiti.. musavengana 7 months ago

ndirimudiki handina kana nharo nemi...its almost 100% increament ka iyo haaa zvakaomera mushandi vakomana nzwiraiwo vanhu tsitsi


hezvoko 7 months ago

ka 20% kakapihwa ma civil servants hapachina: funeral policies , medical aid, zesa, council utilities etc each one over 200%. salary 20%!


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Thutshu Nduna 7 months ago

Government awards it's worker's 20% salary increment but reviews tariffs by more than 100%
That's absurd


Tkt 7 months ago

@Wholesalers

tipei namba apo kwete zvamaita izvi


Mhandu 7 months ago

kuziva kukwidza ma tariff, asi salaries dhlololo.
idzo road dzacho ungati uri kufamba mu crate remazai kana mumunda we mbambaira. Asi mukati dzakati kwesere here kumusoro uko?
Kutsvaga chakanaka one muZimbabwe unotochishaya.... road, electricity, education, health care, sport. Vanoona chete Opposition run local authorities ndokune incompetence. Zanu pf njuzu dzemu sewage


Chikandamina 7 months ago

Pinda hako 🖕🖕🖕🖕


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