80,000 unregistered vehicles, a major concern to Treasury

Staff Reporter The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development Portfolio Committee should urgently probe VID, the sole Authority who has the mandate to issue number plates in the country on the delays in registering new vehicles. 80,000 unregistered vehicles plying our roads countrywide which constitute $60 million revenue is a significant figure for the country which if plugged into the country’s mainstream revenue coffers, a … Continue reading 80,000 unregistered vehicles, a major concern to Treasury

Bak Logistics, Home of Specialized Handling

George Honzeri Bak Logistics mainly specializes in providing warehouse space but slowly rebranded and graduated into end-to-end logistics, providing a variety of services including transportation. The trademark of Bak Logistics, are a variety of containers belonging to Shipping Lines that include CGM, Maersk Sealand, Medlog, Evergreen Marine to mention but a few. The company embraced and adapted technological innovation which effectively helped the company attain … Continue reading Bak Logistics, Home of Specialized Handling

Company Registration getting cumbersome in Zimbabwe

Angela Petro The registration of new companies in Zimbabwe is getting quite strenuous characterized by serious delays which have also created speculations that the office might be under serge by corrupt syndicates. The Deeds Office which falls under the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs is currently still processing applications which dates back to November 2019, an unusual backlog for a process that should … Continue reading Company Registration getting cumbersome in Zimbabwe

Passenger Airlines hit hardest by Covid-19 induced restrictions

Tatenda Sanyahawa Several global airlines are in great distress following the world wide lockdown and travel restrictions that in order to stay in business and avoid collapse, a number have decided to retrench some workers. The unfortunate move has been necessitated by a drastic decline in flight bookings as well as strict quarantine rules for air travelers in many states worldwide.Prominent International Airlines have thus … Continue reading Passenger Airlines hit hardest by Covid-19 induced restrictions

SADC facilitating the Freight Industry

Tatenda Sanyahawa The Southern African Development Community (SADC) as an Economic Regional body has strengthened the operations of the Freight Industry since it’s inception in 1980 with notable progress being witnessed in the Road,Railway,Air and Maritime Port areas within Member States. Significant number of Freight related Infrastructure has been upgraded through SADC’s Member States Agreements, Set Targets and Projects implementation with the Regional Development Master … Continue reading SADC facilitating the Freight Industry

ZINARA urges the Motoring Public to utilize online platforms

William Makomo The Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (ZINARA) has introduced the smartest way for the motoring public to regularize their vehicle licences by utilizing online platforms and self-service portals availed on the Authority’s website: http://www.zinara.co.zw Vehicle Licensing is one of ZINARA’s key revenue streams contributing 30% of the total annual revenue by the Authority. ZINARA took over the mandate of vehicles’ licensing collections from Councils … Continue reading ZINARA urges the Motoring Public to utilize online platforms

South Africa borders open

Staff Reporter South Africa opened borders 1 October to international travellers barring those coming from 60 high-risk countries including UK, USA, Russia, including several countries in the Middle East and Latin America. The country closed it’s border posts March as a containment measure to curb the spread of the Corona virus outbreak. In a statement, the government said travellers visiting that country will be expected … Continue reading South Africa borders open

Can Incoterms be used for domestic deliveries?

Since most businesses already refer to incoterms when they do cross border trade, they also include them by default when doing city-to-city local deliveries. This is perfectly fine in most cases, however both buyer and seller must be clear on their costs and obligations. Incoterms have become an essential part of daily language of trade. They are the authoritative rule for determining how costs and … Continue reading Can Incoterms be used for domestic deliveries?