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More Pictures of the Mutare Road Accident that killed around 50 people

Mutare Road Bus Accident Kills 50

More pictures of the Mutare highway bus accident that we thought we should share. The bus collided with a truck carrying timber and from what we gathered, almost 50 people are feared dead.

Mutare Road Bus Accident Kills 50

We are not yet sure as to what caused the accident but a look at the pictures and videos will show you that the impact must have been a big one. Meaning someone was over speeding.

Mutare Road Bus Accident Kills 50

As mentioned above about the impact, one look at that truck after the accident will tell you that it must have hit the bus at a high speed. Both the truck and the bus seem to have been totally crushed on impact hence the high number of deaths.

Mutare Road Bus Accident Kills 50

No one is really sure as to what transpired with some suggesting the bus driver was trying to overtake a vehicle and then was hit by the truck. We will keep updating you on the matter when more information becomes available.

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Mutare Road Bus Accident Kills 50

This already means 2020 has started on a bad note if we also consider the flooding in Hwange and the many accidents that we keep seeing along the Harare Beitbridge road. We encourage all those in the transport sector, motorists included, to exercise caution on the roads and avoid unnecessary speeding.

In Other News – Genius Ginimbi Kadungure paying US$141 000 duty for Bentley

Controversial businessman and socialite, Genius Kadungure who is popularly known as Ginimbi, has been ordered to pay an additional US$58 655 09 duty on top of another US$81 469 already paid to Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) for his recently imported Bentley Continental GT vehicle.

This follows an attempt by Zimra to seize his top-of-the-range vehicle following a misunderstanding on the amount he was supposed to pay as import duty.

Early this week, Kadungure approached the High Court in a bid to block Zimra from seizing is luxury vehicle.

However, both parties reached an agreement Friday after they appeared before High Court judge Webster Chinamhora to solve the dispute. continue reading

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