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Zinara’s Revised Toll Fees Take Effect: Motorists Face Increased Rates on Key Highways


Motorists traversing Zimbabwe’s key roadways, particularly the Harare-Beitbridge and Plumtree-Mutare highways, will encounter a significant uptick in toll fees as the newly proposed rates outlined in Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube’s 2024 budget are implemented. Effective Friday morning, the revised toll fees set by the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) seek to realign tariffs, prompting varying increases for different vehicle categories.

Light motor vehicles utilizing prime roads will now be charged US$4, marking a substantial escalation from the previous US$2. Minibuses face an increase to US$6 from the earlier US$3, while buses will incur a fee of US$8 compared to the previous US$4. Heavy vehicles and haulage trucks will witness their toll fees rise to US$10 and US$20, respectively, from the previous US$5 and US$10.

Moreover, residents residing near tollgates along premium roads will experience a doubling of fees, paying US$80 per term, a considerable hike from the prior US$40.

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For motorists utilizing other routes, the adjustments are more moderate. Light motor vehicles will now be charged US$3, up from the former US$2. Minibuses will face a toll of US$5, conventional buses US$6, heavy vehicles US$8, and haulage trucks US$15.

Those residing within the proximity of tollgates on these roads will now have to pay US$60 per term, marking an increase from the prior fee structure.


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