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THE Zimbabwe National Roads Administration (Zinara) will start paying contractors once they have completed their jobs after it emerged a majority were doing shoddy work.

In an interview, Zinara’s technical director Engineer Moses Juma said Zinara was concerned with poor works done by contractors which has seen it changing its strategy.

“There was a variation in the rates where in the past we used to pay for the time the equipment is spent on a project but we are going change that to pay on output based road construction whereby we pay for work done. What it means is that if a contractor does sloppy work, we will not pay. We will ask them to make it good at their own cost. We have now changed the strategy of implementing road works,” said Eng Juma.

He said most of the roads that are being rehabilitated were not satisfying motorists who are the biggest stakeholder in  the transport sector.

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