“Tagwirei Buys 18 Buses Zimbabwe Intended To Import From Belarus, Intends To Lease To ZUPCO” – Report

The government of Zimbabwe has reportedly failed to pay for 18 buses from Belarus which were intended to be given to the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO).

This was revealed by Freeman Chari, an MDC activist based in the USA who also said that Sakunda Holdings boss, Kuda Tagwirei bought the buses in question and is set to lease them to ZUPCO. Chari said:

So it turns out the government failed to pay for 18 buses from Belarus. Tagwirei then bought the rest of the buses you saw and he is going to lease to ZUPCO. I have confirmed this with sources at ZIMRA that some of the buses were held up because he had not paid for duty.

Zimbabwe intended to import buses to revive the collapsed public transport system in the country.

Tagwirei has in the past been accused of using his money to manipulate political elites and influence policies in the country.

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4 comments on ““Tagwirei Buys 18 Buses Zimbabwe Intended To Import From Belarus, Intends To Lease To ZUPCO” – Report

  1. Is Chari telling the truth or is just propaganda to discredit Zimbabwe Government…l don’t trust these Authors writing based in North America…

  2. You see, I told you about a week ago to count the 50 busses as they come out from Customs clearing at Beitbridge, because some of them would be turning left or right and not going straight on! And that’s exactly what has happened.

  3. If it is true, we sincerely thank Tagwirei for the generosity. For those that complain and have too much to say, show us what you are able to do and stop talking bad. A great achievement for us as residents and Zimbabweans as a whole. We all need the affordable transport given to us. Hands up to our government and Tagwirei.

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