ZUPCO buses go missing on roads as fuel prices go high, leaving Zimbabwean’s stranded without transport to take them to their destinies.
In a statement, Hon July Moyo applauded ZUPCO for a good job of transporting Zimbabweans at a cheap price which is conducive for the citizens.
“The Committee that has been set up which involves other stakeholders has been monitoring all ZUPCO operations together with ZUPCO Management and Staff and is satisfied that all routes have been served,” he said.
“ZUPCO over the days has been operating increased its bus capacity from 93 to 145 and as of today 164 buses have been deployed in Harare”, he added.
Hon Moyo also said more buses were to be purchased by the government so as to serve the whole country and President Emmerson Mnangagwa was still in the process of negotiating for new buses.
“The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe has negotiated for more buses that will be able to service both urban and rural areas,” Moyo said.
Due to economic constraints in the county ZUPCO buses have began to pull out of serving the public.