According to National
Karakadzai was quoted saying said that other operators would be admitted to the system and that they â as well as NRZ â would have to pay access fees to use the tracks. Concessioning had been considered as an option, he said, but was discarded because âcountries that followed this route produced catastrophic failures. Britain, Mozambique, Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi all had to withdraw their concessions.â
[ On a point of information, which railway concessions have been âwithdrawnâ by Britain? Our understanding was that the privatised UK rail operations were carrying record passenger numbers. As for Kenya and Malawi â both countriesâ rail concessions are still very much in place. â editor: Railways Africa.
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