Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO)

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    ZUPCO divers down tools over poor pay, working conditions

    DRIVERS under the Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (Zupco) in Bulawayo briefly downed tools yesterday over what they termed “measly salaries”. Yesterday’s strike was the second this year, after similar protests were held last month. One of the drivers, Leo Mpofu told Southern Eye that they were demanding salary increments and improved working conditions. “Bus owners are not paying Zupco drivers enough money.…

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    ZUPCO-assisted funeral for conductor shot dead during robbery

    The young woman conductor shot dead during a robbery by a security guard at Kadada Shops in Dzivaresekwa 4 on Monday night will be buried tomorrow, with Zupco footing the funeral costs. Joyce Kuzhumba started work on July 1 last year for Lofombo Bus operating under the Zupco franchise. She was killed when the bus was dropping off its last…

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    Commuter crisis: Fining the passenger is a cruel sin at its best

    By Dr Masimba Mavaza The police have taken the war against piracy to another level. As from last week the police have started to fine the passengers who are found in the pirate taxis otherwise known as Mushikashika. The situation in our transport sector has reached another level. The police have invoked a law that doesn’t make sense. In most…

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