Zimbabwe part of the Kazungula rail-road bridge Masisi

Source: Zimbabwe part of the Kazungula rail-road bridge Masisi | Herald Africa

Fungi Kwaramba in Kazungula, Zambia
Botswana President Masisi has revealed that Zimbabwe is now part of the multi-million Kazungula rail-road bridge.

Speaking at the official opening of the state of the art bridge, which also includes a one stop border post, Mr Masisi said the carriageway will enhance trade and cooperation among SADC nations.

“I am happy to note that the Republic of Zimbabwe and ourselves with Zambia have agreed in principle to be a partner in this project and our officials are working and will work increasingly faster and harder to complete the remaining works for Zimbabwe,” he said.

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    harper 1 month ago

    Vehicles from Zimbabwe will still have to pass through a separate border post to exit Zimbabwe before entering Botswana and arriving at the one stop Bots/Zam one stop border post.
    Zimbabwe must also explain why the bridge had to be curved to pass through Namibian Waters rather than straight across through Zimbabwean Water. Of course Botswana would welcom Zimbabwean traffic as it would add to bridge tolls. Probably then stopped when the level of debt becomes too large.