Mozambique-Zimbabwe Border to Operate 24 Hours a Day

The Machipanda border crossing, in Manica province, which separates Mozambique from Zimbabwe, will operate 24 hours a day, against the current eight hours, from December this year.

The director-general of the National Migration Service, Fulgencio Seda, said that the governments of the two countries are studying a way to make the second largest border crossing in Mozambique viable.

The leader said that the measure could alleviate the suffering of the users of that border post, located in the center of the country, and speed up the process of transporting goods.

The border currently operates from 6am to 10pm, a time that causes major constraints, especially for long distance truckers, Radio Mozambique reported.

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