Harare’s City Parking increases tariffs
CITY of Harare’s parking unit, City Parking (Pvt) Ltd has increased parking fees with effect from June 1, 2020, which will see people forking out $20 per hour for parking in the city centre.
In a statement, City Parking’s finance manager, Itai Mavhera, said the new tariffs were necessitated by the need to survive country’s harsh economic environment.
“This communication serves to advise that City Parking will be reviewing the Parkades and Parking Lots tariffs effective 1 June 2020.
“The review has been necessitated by the increased employment and operational costs prevailing in the inflationary environment we are all trading in. However, we have endeavoured to keep our charges as low as possible taking into consideration your valued client, ”Mavhera said.
Motorists will now pay $1 000 per hour for unreserved bays and access tags, $1 200 for the reserved and $800 for new tag replacements.
Zimbabwe is currently facing its worst economic crisis in a decade characterised by food insecurity, fuel and cash and foreign currency shortages, inflation and soaring prices of basic goods and services.