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Although the South African Revenue Service (Sars) is yet to provide the figures, the evening numbers of trucks passing through Beitbridge are expected to show an improvement after Zimbabwe decided to allow border agents to work at night.

The country’s dusk-to-dawn Covid curfew has long been cited as the contributor to the northbound queue as no one was on hand to process trucks once border agents and runners went home.

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