Vehicle clamping and towing

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    Harare City Council hikes clamping, towing fees

    HARARE City Council has hiked clamping and tow away fees more than seven-fold, with motorists expected to pay $3 623 to have the clamp taken off and $5 494 to have a towed car released. Despite the stability in the currency and economy for the past seven months, the council has also raised fees for other services, including the quarterly…

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    ‘Car clamping continues’ – Harare City defies Supreme Court

    HARARE City Council officials yesterday spent the better part of day clamping vehicles not displaying parking discs in the city centre, in direct defiance of a recent Supreme Court ruling that found the practice to be “illegal”. The Supreme Court ruled that the council can fine offenders under its 1983 regulations and if the motorist does not pay within four…

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    Vehicle clamping and towing is illegal, Supreme Court says

    THE Supreme Court has ruled that it is illegal for Harare City Council to clamp and tow away vehicles parked in the city centre without displaying parking discs. However, council can fine offenders under its 1983 regulations and if they do not pay within four days, it should have them prosecuted in court. The Supreme Court made the ruling after…

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