Zimra seizes 50 Zupco buses

Zimra seizes 50 Zupco buses
Published: 07 August 2015 (1268 Views)

Zupco has 50 buses locked in a bonded warehouse in Harare after failing to pay Zimra $2.5million in import duties.

Each bus was charged $50,000 and Zupco since March this year has been only able to pay a monthly installment of $50,000.

At that rate the buses will be registered and start operating after four years.

Company CE, Clifford Muwoni said the company was struggling to raise import duty charged on the buses.

- the herald

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