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Zimbabwe :: Zimbabwe
Category: Civil Infrastructure :: Border Control
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Mukumbura Border Control (Zimbabwe) is between Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The Mozambican side there is the Mecumbira. The border on each side are separated by the Rio Mukumbura river. In mid 2012 there have been report of little activity at the border post and that the perimeter fence between the two countries have been washed away due to flooding of the Mukumbura River (Herald Online Jul, 2012). The border operating times are from 06h00-18h00 (GMT+2) time guideline. When visiting Zimbabwe all visitors are required to have a valid passport and those travelling with vehicles need to have the original vehicle registration paper, vehicle licence, if driving someone else vehicle, an affidavit signed by the owner authorising the person with the vehicle to use it and third party insurance. Payments are often made for road access fee based on the vehicle size and a carbon pollution fee. Have USD or ZAR handy for all border fees payments. The border do not have a landline. Contact ZIMRA Kurima House which deals with areas of Region 1 and Greater Harare where Mukumbura Border falls under.(Updated Feb-14).
|Address :||97.8km or 01h19min N of Mount Darwin, Mukumbura, Zimbabwe|
|Contact :||ZIMRA Kurima House|
|Tel :||+263(0)4 797 676|
|Host Website :||Click Here|
06h00-18h00 (GMT+2) Time Guideline.
|Fee/s :||Road Access fee USD20; Third Party Insurance between USD55- USD120 per vehicle depending on the size of the engine; Carbon Tax fee upon exit USD60; Road Toll USD10 paid when exiting border crossing. (May-2016).|
|Closest Main Route :||A1|
|Closest Town :||Mount Darwin|
Carbon tax fee quoted is for passenger's vehicle( Variable with vehicle capacity & type. Insurance also depended on vehicle type & size. TIP is free. White and Red Reflective Tape, Warning Triangles and Fire Extinguisher are compulsory for each vehicle travelling to Zimbabwe. (Updated Feb 14). Does not accept South African car insurance unless if bought through the AA. (2014).
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