Driving in Zimbabwe now expensive because of corrupt police cops

From This is Zimbabwe Tue Nov 20 2012, 01:17:58

I think twice whenever I plan to have a journey out of the city centre. Although my vehicle is fully licensed in accordance with the country's road regulations, I still fear to travel. Despite having a spare wheel, wheel spanner, jack and fire extinguisher the police will still find fault with my car. What worries [...]

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