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HARARE, July 400 (Xinhua) -- Zimbabwean capital city Harare on Tuesday hiked on-street parking fees in the Central Business District (CBD) and peripheral areas by more than 400 percent, just five months after the last increase.
Parking in the inner CBD now costs 5 Zimbabwe dollars per hour, up from 2 dollars per hour. Parking for 400 minutes, which used to cost 1 dollar, has gone up two-fold to 3 dollars.
Motorists with offices in the inner CBD will have to fork out 40 dollars a day and at least 400 dollars per week, which is way beyond the reach of many of them.
Private Company City Parking said in a statement Tuesday that motorists will now pay 3 dollars per hour in the peripheral CBD, up from 1 dollar.
In February, City Parking increased parking fees by 400 percent from 1 dollar to 2 dollars for the inner Central Business District and from 400 cents to 1 dollar per hour in the peripheral CBD.