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Tolls Now Payable On Use Of Kariba Dam Wall

Tolls Now Payable On Use Of Kariba Dam Wall

Tolls Now Payable On Use Of Kariba Dam Wall

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) advises the motoring public that, with effect from 1st November 2012, all vehicles using the Kariba Dam Wall will be subject to tolls at prescribed rates in terms of Statutory Instrument 145A of 2012.

The prescribed rates are as follows:

Light motor vehicle
US$1.00 (one United States Dollar)

Bus
US$5.00 (five United States Dollars)

Heavy motor vehicle
US$30.00 (thirty United States Dollars)

Vehicle carrying abnormal load
US$50.00 (fifty United States Dollars)

Definitions:
“Light motor vehicle” means a vehicle whose gross mass does not exceed three tonnes.
“Heavy motor vehicle” means a vehicle whose gross mass exceeds three tonnes but does not exceed 56 tonnes with an axle load not exceeding 11 tonnes per axle.
“Bus” means a passenger public service vehicle designed to carry more than seven passengers.
“Vehicle carrying abnormal load” means a heavy motor vehicle whose gross mass exceeds 56 tonnes with an axle load NOT exceeding 11 tonnes per axle.

Please Note:
Tolls for the use of Kariba Dam Wall are payable to the Zambezi River Authority and are collected by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority on the Zimbabwean side of the dam and the Zambia Revenue Authority on the Zambian side.

Read more on borders from the Zambezi Traveller:
Important Information: Borders

Read more articles from this issue:
Zambezi Traveller (Issue 10, Sept 2012)

Read more about the region in our destination guide:
Kariba & Middle Zambezi