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ZIMRA Designated Tolling Points
As published in The Herald - August 17, 2009

Fees will be levied with effect from August 18, 2009

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The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) hereby informs all motorists about the introduction of road tolls with effect from 18th August 2009. The road tolls, which will be levied on persons driving specified vehicles on the City to City Trunk Road Network, will be payable at designated tolling points and ports of entry as listed below.

Road Tolls at Designated Tolling Point

Type of Vehicle

Definition

Road Tolls Payable (USD)

Road Tolling Point

Light motor vehicle

Vehicle whose gross mass does not exceed three tonnes

1

10

 Minibus

Vehicle for the carriage of passengers having seating accommodation for not less than eight but not more than 24 passengers

2

10

Bus

Vehicle for the carriage of passengers having seating accommodation for more than 24 passengers

3

20

 Heavy Vehicle

A goods vehicle having a carrying capacity of more than three tonnes but less than 10 tonnes

4

20

Haulage Truck

A goods vehicle having a carrying capacity of 10 tonnes or more

5

20

The road tolls are payable in foreign currency and the amounts are set in the US Dollar. An option has been provided for payment in the Botswana Pula, South African Rand, Euros and British Pounds using the international cross rates of exchange of these currencies to the US Dollar prevailing on the day before the date of payment.

Exemptions include ambulances, fire brigade vehicles, Government number-plated vehicles belonging to the State, vehicles registered by a diplomatic mission and transit vehicles. Transit vehicles include foreign buses and heavy goods vehicles in transit between two ports of entry.

Transit vehicles will only be exempt if the person in charge of the vehicle shows proof of payment of transit charges together with any of the following documents which state the destination of the vehicle:

  • A bilateral permit or COMESA Treaty permit referred to in item 4 and 5 of the Road Motor Transportation (Public Services Vehicles) Regulations, 1998; or
  • A Route Authority issued in terms of section 12 of the Road Motor Transportation Act, 1997.

Motorists driving Government-owned vehicles with private number plates, vehicles belonging to parastatals and quasi-Government organisations, Local Authorities as well as light motor vehicles transiting Zimbabwe are also required to pay. Motorists are also kindly requested to tender the exact amount of road tolls, observe road signs, reduce speed and exercise extreme caution when approaching road tolling points. Traffic signs have been erected to inform and warn motorists accordingly.

Fees will be levied with effect from August 18, 2009

Designated Road Tolling Points

ROUTE

COLLECTION POINT

LOCATION

Harare-Mutare

Before Crocodile Motel

14km from Rusape, btwn 155km peg and 157km peg

 

After Riverside

18km from Mutare, btwn 245km peg and 247km peg

Byo-Beitbridge

Naude Quarry Site

11.7km from Beitbridge, btwn 308.5km peg and 309.5km peg

 

Before Esigodini

37km from Bulawayo, btwn 36.5km peg and 37.5km peg

Byo-Plumtree

Figtree Hotel

37.2 km from Bulawayo, btwn 36.7km peg and 37.7km peg

Masv-Beitbridge

Lutumba

23km from Beitbridge, btwn 262.5km and 263.5km peg

 

Chivi Turn Off

45km from Masvingo, btwn 44.5km peg and 46km peg

Byo-Vic Falls

After Cinderella

6km from Hwange, btwn 349km peg and 350km peg

 

Before Nyamandlovu Turn Off

13km from Bulawayo, btwn 12.5km peg and 13.5km peg

Harare-MtDarwin

Before Eskbank Farm

18km from Harare, btwn 17.5km peg and 18.5km peg

Harare-Masvingo

Before Skyline

18km from Harare, btwn 18km peg and 19km peg

 

Mushagashi

32km from Masvingo, btwn 257.5km peg and 258.5km peg

Gweru-Masvingo

Shurugwi

10km from Shurugwi, btwn 19.5km peg and 20.5km peg

Gweru-Chivi

Sino Turn Off

31km from Gweru, btwn 30.5km  peg and 31.5km peg

Hre-Nyamapanda

13 Miles before Shamva Turn Off

20km from Harare, btwn 19.5km peg and 20.5km peg

Masvingo-Mutare

22 Miles

32km from Mutare, btwn 31.5km peg and 32.5km peg

Masvingo-Byo

Mashava

53km from Masvingo, btwn 52.5km peg and 53.5km peg

Harare-Gweru

After Norton fly-over

44.5km from Harare, btwn 49.5km peg and 50.5km peg

 

After Kadoma

14km from Kadoma, btwn 155km peg and 156km peg

Harare-Chirundu

Inkomo

40km from Harare, btwn 39.5km peg and 40.5km peg

 

Lions Den

22km from Chinhoyi, btwn 136.5km peg and 137.5km peg

Gweru-Bulawayo

Tree Top/Somabula Turn Off

17km from Gweru, btwn 16.5km peg and 17.5km peg

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