|Council to secure own parking meters|
|Sunday, 15 July 2012 00:07|
The Harare City Council has resolved to create a company that will run its parking business while waiting for the finalisation of its dispute with Easihold (Pvt) Limited of South Africa.
The city has already sourced US$700 000 to kick start the operations of City Parking while a high-level team will be touring South Africa to “evaluate the equipment to be used” by the new enterprise.
Africa on parking business in the city) council approves the installation of the on-street parking meters by the City Parking starting in the areas not covered by the existing joint venture agreement with Easihold of South Africa,” reads part of the minutes.
and that uniforms would be sky blue for both males and females. The logo of the company would be the rising sun.”
Harare Mayor Muchadeyi Masunda has urged city councillors to be calm so that the dispute between council and Easihold, the company contracted to provide parking facilities in the city, has been resolved.
The councillors have been pushing for the cancellation of the joint venture, arguing the city has not benefited from the arrangement.