(Last Updated on April 1, 2021 by GERALD NCUBE)
BEITBRIDGE – The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) in collaboration with Beitbridge Transport Operators today held a sensitisation meeting with touts following the recent public outcry over an incident where an elderly woman was harassed by touts at the Dulibadzimu bus terminus.
In the video clip which went viral on social media, a woman was seen being manhandled and harassed by touts while trying to board a bus.
The video led to a public outcry and the subsequent arrest of four touts linked to the incident.
The four were identified as Maxwell Kamuda (42), Lazarus Chingova (44), Michael Mlambo (35) and Worry Muranda (40).
According to government spokesman Nick Mangwana, a resolution was made during the meeting to allow a limited number of bus crew members to avoid congestion.
“@PoliceZimbabwe and Beitbridge Transport Operators held a sensitization meeting with touts at Dulibadzimu terminus. It was agreed that only 6 bus crew members with uniforms and IDs will be allowed per bus to avoid unnecessary congestion and confusion,” Nick Mangwana.