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Bus operators caution drivers

PUBLIC bus operators have urged drivers to exercise extreme caution this Heroes and Defence Forces holiday to minimise road carnage. BY KENNETH NYANGANI Zimbabwe Transport Organisation (ZTA) chairman Samson Nhanhanga, who is also CAG bus company director, yesterday told NewsDay that he was hopeful that the holidays would be bloodless and urged drivers not to The post Bus operators caution drivers appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.

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