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Zambia Sends A 10-member Delegation To Appreciate Zimbabwean Transport System

Zambia Sends A 10-member Delegation To Appreciate Zimbabwean Transport System

Zambia has sent a 10-member delegation to assess how the Zimbabwean government is managing its transport sector by working alongside private players.

The team of parliamentarians is led by Mubika Mubika and paid a courtesy call on Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mundenda, on Monday.

Despite the prevalent poor road network in this country, Mubika said they could still learn from Zimbabwe. He said:

We appreciate the parliament of Zimbabwe. We are trying to pair the transport system here in Zimbabwe and in Zambia, it’s more like the same.

The portfolio committee of transport in Zambia  is here in Zimbabwe to see the infrastructure and what role the transport committee here does and to see how the locals are given the opportunity to participate in public procurement and see how the government is handling the small constructions so that we can also check and compare with what we see in Zambia.

We will go around and see rail transport and the airports, and the way air Zimbabwe is operating, the tolling system, roads and the public infrastructure mainly is our business.

Mainly, it is just to interface and see where we have shortcomings and see the way forward.

Zimbabwe’s portfolio committee on transport chairperson, Oscar Gorerino, welcomed the delegation.

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66 Comments

THE TRIBUNAL 1 month ago

we are waiting for you at THE HAGUE


calaz 1 month ago

dof*


calaz 1 month ago

kkkkkkk kuuya kuzocopa ****


Fancton 1 month ago

Team Zambia ngaimbosiya mbanje please


JC 1 month ago

Roads ✔️
Air 😒
Railway 😂


STALIN 1 month ago

Ko chirema wacho anenge asina brain wani


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guy t 1 month ago

why did they opt for south africa who have sound road systems


Mutoriro Movement 1 month ago

Nhai

chippo 1 month ago

it all hatred and bad mouthing....is this going to end..


Manikiniki 1 month ago

Kufana nekudaidza vayenzi kumba kwako kuzovaratidza toilet ine****

Dhuterere 1 month ago

Mainini Chipooo verengai panga pakaipa apo facts

kalusha 1 month ago

they are here for allowances


Asalif 1 month ago

manje hatirege gudo nokuti rabata kumeso we tell them the truth so that they will go with feedback to their bosses

😖😖 1 month ago

@ Blue 🔵t hink before offending others. where do you get enough money for yo family, or relatives. now a form 4 child needs 20 000 to register for his/ her exams. where an orphan get the money,


Blue 🔵 1 month ago

If l tell you pane munhu akuchinja US ne 700 hanty munomhanyira ikoko, ignorant of the fact that kana makurida monzi hunza 800. We Are our own saboteurs. Zim dollar hakuna kwarinoenda, I'm sorry 😐.

Dhuterere 1 month ago

He's Collins's gold buyer angachemei zvake achibigger bond kudaro he will be having billons in RTGS so he doesn't feel the pain

Drer 1 month ago

HHH arinkudza Zimbabwe government kabisira kuti transport monopoly through the Zupco hazvidye !!!


Nyusi 1 month ago

Mozambique has roads, haibo!


e.g john chibadura 1 month ago

Zambia Sends A 10-member Delegation To laugh at Zimbabwean Transport System


Asalif 1 month ago

I mean it's not a burden for them since we pay tollgates and license fees the doesn't come from their budget


Blue 🔵 1 month ago

But it's still a burden though.

Asalif 1 month ago

Before this local authorities had the burden to fix these roads for themselves without being allocated a single cent from Zinara so thumbs up for the policy of allocating each province their funds than those days the central government take the whole figures then the money ended up not being used for the roads but the money would have been collected from motorists


Blue 🔵 1 month ago

Thank you for acknowledging something positive. It's not about being negative all the time. We'll just lose our minds

Asalif 1 month ago

they good how many cyclones destroyed infrastructure after GNU and whose mandate to fix that infrastructure


Blue 🔵 1 month ago

Supply chain disruptions caused by COVID a s the war. Don't forget them

Asalif 1 month ago

How many NGOs chipped in with help and corporate world until today which ministry did you you ever heard mentioned about Idai in their budget are you Zimbabwean truly speaking

Blue 🔵 1 month ago

It's the governments. Saka you admit kuti there is higher load on this government? Cyclone Idai, Russian-Ukraine war and Covid

Rebhara 1 month ago

These Zambians are here to assess the extent of deterioration .Otherwise they'd be lunatics to even wish for a similar system


Mujibha 1 month ago

Hey slave what does that benefit their country to squander taxpayer money sending 10 people.

Asalif 1 month ago

I'm a user of these roads I don't stay kumusha or those areas which have unserviced stands which were taken by landbarons so I talk of what I see each and every day


Blue 🔵 1 month ago

Were the roads good during the GNU era people cum about? Or wanga usinga zvione nokuti waihora US? 😂

Blue 🔵 1 month ago

Negativity is a weapon used by CCC. Yave propaganda. No one believes in Zimbabwe. It's painful


Chamhamha 1 month ago

Kazhinji kacho handinyanyoda kupikisana nevana vanachimbwido vakapoya mu**** raMujibha . 😏😏😏😏😏😏


Mujibha 1 month ago

Don't argue just state your facts slave.

Dirigsme 1 month ago

@Blue. Indeed the gvt is trying to rehabilitate many roads. Agreed. Only that after a few weeks the very same roads are worse off. Shoddy workmanship. Corrupt tenders. The only solution is to have new brooms. And once we have these new brooms they also should be replaced by newer brooms. That's how democracy works in developed countries. 2023 new gvt. 2028 new gvt. 2033 newer gvt. In 15 yrs time we will have spaghetti roads & bullet trains. Tinenge takumora maHusa paATM. People from Botswana,Namibia, and South Afrika will be coming to Zimbabwe to look for jobs. There will be an airport in Mazoe,Ngezi Platinum,Hwange,Binga. + skirred rebhara and blaz veskavha vanenge vakuHeroes Acre.


Blue 🔵 1 month ago

It's not that easy. Besides, you CCC guys have to win first apa muzere nema pseudo supporters who don't register to vote. I told u nyaya ndeye ma US. A person can ride on a potholed road and not complain if he has US dollars. How about kuita yenyu currency like other countries, sei musingadi?
ED akati takushandisa US se first currency moto chinja peku voter kaa 😂

Asalif 1 month ago

once raised the same point it's barely months the same road potholes already back so that is wasting public funds by awarding tenders to incompetent shelf companies

MuPfungwe Chaiye 1 month ago

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Ichokwadi

Asalif 1 month ago

give us the some of the hints of the vision you seem to have an idea


Machiavelli 1 month ago

@Blue 🔵, CCC has won all the by-elections it has participated in. So how can you say CCC has "pseudo supporters who don't register to vote?"

Furthermore, it is an unjustified sweeping statement to say " A person can ride on a potholed road and not complain if he has US dollrs" That scenario is mythical and has never occurred., so your statement is a falsehood. Give me US dollars and bad roads and then watch what I do and say.

I'm not a CCC guy, but a patriotic Zimbo, and would like to use our own currency, but how can I support a currency that devalues every minute that I hold onto it? Practicality requires that I opt for a currency that holds value, and as we speak it is the US dollar. If the Yen, Rouble or Yuan was available and held value, I would certainly use it gladly. But under the current scenario, sorry, I wont touch your currency isina zita.

My dear sylogism does not work as you try to argue. To simplify, in Philosophy, Sylogism is like:- " A man has 2 eyes. A donkey has 2 eyes. Therefore a man is a donkey" That's how you are arguing, and unfortunately you are coming up with spurious conclusions.

Patriotic One 1 month ago

@BlueThey are not here to learn about our road network but the transport system. There is nothing to learn from our transport system unless if they want to learn how to destroy an already functional system


Mafirakureva 1 month ago

@Blue 🔵, GNU lasted a measly 5 years. Who has presided over the unrelenting backside for over 42 year? Even during GNU who was at the helm? Sorry to say it wasn't Morgan. Morgan was complaining all the way through GNU if you recall, unless you have selective amnesia.

Blue 🔵 1 month ago

The point is people just think kuti Zim sucks coz hausi kuhora US. Our transport system is actually better than during the GNU era. Correct ms if I'm wrong

Mujibha 1 month ago

Wise up America slave. You dont send 10 people using taxpayers money for nothing. Zambia need vision 2030 notes.

Blue 🔵 1 month ago

So everyone here just wants to roast this country and not even a single compliment about the various road rehabilitation projects being done. Pathetic! A number of roads are being resurfaced all over the country, but no one gives a damn coz it's Zanu. Pathetic!
I remember during GNU era, potholes were everywhere but no one complained coz you were being paid in US dollars. Hypocrites!


Mafirakureva 1 month ago

"a number of roads..." @Blue🔵 , what about the rest?
How is it they were allowed to deteriorate to that state?
Who has been on watch while that deterioration has taken place?

I thank you

Salazar 1 month ago

People complained in the platforms available in those days . A lot of passion in your comment . Feeling well my fellow citizen . Can't compliment the looters . All those road rehabilitation projects which they use to cash out more of our "taxpayers" money .

Chimboti Pizza 1 month ago

Zviriko😂


icho 1 month ago

theres a lot to learn from disaster
pabatei


Dirigsme 1 month ago

If indeed the Zambians are here to study how a once prosperous road network & system was destroyed in 42 years then Zimbabwe is a classical example. Their first itinerary for disastrous routes,by ways,roads and streets would be from the City center to Tagara/Mabvuku via Acturus turn left into Donnybrook pass thru a borehole recently erected by bondlinaire Scott,turn left into Mabvuku drive. U will have to keep to your right or left subject to where the pothole or damhole is. In other cases you will have to cross artificial rivulets.


Mujibha 1 month ago

Ngavangoisa ma Bullet train zve nema spaghetti road anditi opposition ndiyo yavakutonga. Zanu inorema vakutoda kupiwa ma notes e vision 2030 na ED ava.


@263 1 month ago

komuno macho arimo here maprojects emaroads mangani akatangwa gore rapera izvezvi angomiswa

Asalif 1 month ago

they will be shown a commuter train parked kuindustry passengers coming from down there kunaKaguvi


Tintin 1 month ago

Inga Zambia inoshaya zvainoita.dai chimwe chakawira mupothole.


Ghetto Yut 1 month ago

what's there to learn kuvanhu vakutotadza kugadzirisa transport problems nxaaaa


VYBZ KARTEL 1 month ago

KUUYA KUZODZIDZA HERE KKKKK. THIS IS A JOKE. GOING TO SA IS BETTER. THEY WILL BE FASCINATED HERE. HUYAI HENYU MUONE KUTI NYIKA KANA ICHINZI YAKAFA INENGE YAKADINI KKKK


Jamie handbags 1 month ago

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Chibhanguza 1 month ago

Kkkk I'm sure vachadambuka mbavhu nekuseka vachiona mafunnies arikuitwa nehurumende yemuno


Manikiniki! 1 month ago

Kkk they want to show them the potholes and the trees that have grown on the rusty railway tracks which were last used in the 80s when industry was still trying to stand afloat amid the looting by Zanu.

kkkkkk 1 month ago

hayaaaaaaaaaaaaáaaaaaas chamisa ngapinde hake


Dhuterere 1 month ago

Tagwirei igovernment here


Asalif 1 month ago

Don't show them Inter Africa and say it's the Zupco 😅😅😅😅


thrasher 1 month ago

two word Golden dragon where do you live

MuPfungwe Chaiye 1 month ago

Mubika Mubika. 🙄🙄🙄🙄


MuPfungwe Chaiye 1 month ago

Ziyambi Ziyambi 😂

Salazar 1 month ago

Coynterpart to our K.K


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