PICTURES: Mnangagwa Departs For Kazungula Bridge Official Opening

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has left for Botswana for the official opening of Kazungula Bridge. The Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services gave the update reiterating the president’s remarks that the Bridge is an initiative by three countries – Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The ministry said:

_President @edmnangagwa has left for Botswana to attend the official opening of the Kazungula Bridge. The bridge is part of an infrastructure improvement programme to enhance regional trade & integration. Zimbabwe joined Botswana & Zambia on the project in March 2018._

See pictures below.

 

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4 comments on “PICTURES: Mnangagwa Departs For Kazungula Bridge Official Opening

  1. Zim said in 2018 that it would become part of the bridge project, and would build a one-stop customs post on the Zim side. To date, May 2021, not even one building brick has been delivered to the Zim border for the promised new customs hall. Where did Zim find 70 million (yes, 70 million) United States Dollars to inject into the project as part of its one third share????

  2. To be a partner in the Kaz Bridge project will cost 80 MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS. WHERE DOES ZIM GET THAT FROM.

  3. We can only trust that on his return from Kazungula ED will not be found “officially opening” silly structures like one-way Karanda “bridge” or the Gutu mortuary

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