Zimbabwe: Govt Demands Import Licences On 10 Year-Old Second Hand Vehicles

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 4/04/2021
[New Zimbabwe] GOVERNMENT has made a U-turn on an earlier decision to ban the importation of second-hand vehicles beyond 10 years from manufacture and now instead demands import licences to be obtained.
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