“We have produced a local development plan that will see the expansion of the border post and allow more activity to take place,” said the town’s secretary, Davison Luthe.
The programme was a joint effort with other stakeholders.
“We collaborated with Gwanda physical planners and the National University of Science and Technology in producing the first draft which will be finalised and approved by the appropriate ministry,” said Luthe. “We need to come up with a second draft which will include recommendations from the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority and add more critical issues necessary.”
The plans will create more space for haulage trucks to use the border post to travel between Botswana and Zimbabwe.Post published in: News