“I cross this border post twice a month for my business,” says Sarah Chipaska (39). Travelling by bus, she has been moving goods that range from soya pieces and detergents to clothing and fresh produce between Zimbabwe and Zambia since 2001, earning a living for herself and her 5 children in Ndola, the third largest city in Zambia in the country’s main copper-mining region.
“For the past two years, I have had no problems with customs. They follow the law and I know each time what goods I must pay duty on and which ones I must not,” she explains.
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