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Welcome to PAZ

Passengers Association of Zimbabwe is a national non-profit association that was founded in 2014, and is registered as a Trust (REG. NO. MA000831/2016). Its goal is to advance the rights and road traffic safety of passengers who use public transport.
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Events

  • News Updates Catching up on the What is going on in the Community.
  • Join Us Members come from all the ten provinces and districts.
  • Feel Free to visit our offices. We are Located at:  10th Floor Northwing Pax House 89 Kwame Nkrumah Ave
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Our Vision


A unified voice and effective action

To provide a unified voice and effective action towards protecting the rights and ensuring the safety of public vehicle transport passengers in Zimbabwe.
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Thrust



Reduction in the death and injuries

We aim to ensure that there is a reduction in the death and injuries of public transport vehicle passengers due to bus disasters, that bus and kombi fares are kept reasonable and are consistent irrespective of peak and off peak hours, holidays and working days and that passengers involved in road accidents get legal representation, timely medical attention and medical expenses are met through group insurance.
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Our Aim

To advance the rights and road traffic safety of passengers who use public transport.

Reasons why the organisation came into existence

  • • Passengers who have been victims of road accidents including bus disasters have failed to be adequately compensated or to get assistance for their medical bills as some bus and kombi operators have no passenger insurance cover.

  • • Passengers have been kidnapped or been robbed because of ignorance, not knowing how to avoid criminal kombis.

  • • Many kombis are not road worthy and overload which in turn endanger passenger’s lives.

  • • Essentially, passengers should know their rights as consumers and should know how they can travel safely.






“Our members come from all the ten provinces and districts. These are mainly people who regularly commute using kombis and buses to travel whilst travelling to and from work or social activities.”

Prospects

We are going to ensure that public transport vehicles adhere to road rules and regulations including those regarding stipulated number of passengers and do not overload passengers and baggage.

We are going to educate public transport passengers to use designated pick and drop points in accordance with the law and municipalities by‐laws, which will also help reduce cases of kidnapping and robbery of passengers.

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Get In Touch

  • 10th Floor Northwing Pax House
    89 Kwame Nkrumah Ave
    Harare, Zimbabwe
  • 0712 334 330/ 0773 239 688/ 0733 854 138
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