THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has warned travellers about delays at the Plumtree Border Post for the next two weeks as the tax authority will be installing automatic high-speed boom barriers.
In a statement, Zimra said East and West bound traffic lanes of Plumtree Border Post will be closed in stages, resulting in a reduction in working and parking space.
“The trading public is advised that the reduction in capacity may result in congestion and delays in the effective passage of traffic, both out and in-bound,” Zimra said. The delays are projected to last for two weeks from the beginning of the project during which period the installation work is expected to be completed.”
The revenue authority says the project is key towards creating an efficient and effective traffic management for all stakeholders.
“The Authority regrets any inconvenience caused to all our clients transacting through Plumtree Border Post. In the meantime, stakeholders are encouraged to engage the Authority through the available various communication channels should they encounter challenges during this period. Zimra remains committed to minimising delays that may be experienced,” Zimra said.
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