Zimra to expand service points for duty assessments at Beitbridge border post

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By Staff Reporter

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra)  head of  corporate communications Mr Francis Chimanda says Zimra  is set to expand service points for duty assessments and deploy additional staff at Beitbridge border post, in anticipation of an increase in traffic from South Africa following government 's lifting of the  ban on the importation of selected basic commodities.
Our Beitbridge based reporter Thupeyo Muleya however said there has not been any significant increase in traffic.
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