We don't need urban tollgates

EDITOR — I understand the economy is in a bad state but milking money from the people is not laudable.

Zimbabwe’s cities are not that big, such a system might work in America but it is likely to cause unrest in this country.

The price of kombis is already too high for the average person.

If unemployment is at 85 percent it means only 15 percent of the population is working.

If transport prices surge, the average person is affected the most.

I therefore urge the Transport minister to explore other avenues.

Anonymous

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Am of the opinion that no urban toll gates at the moment to such an impoverished nation. Compare most of the countries that have implemented that have a sound running economy.

G M - 28 February 2017

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