Three countries agree 1 500 km corridor plan

The only passenger services to ahve operated regularly in Botswana since 2009 are those which run across the border from Francistown into Zimbabwe.

AFRICA: The governments of Botswana, Mozambique and Zimbabwe have agreed to develop a 1 500 km mixed-traffic rail corridor to serve an expanded port at Techobanine, 70 km south of Maputo.Starting at Francistown in northern Botswana, the route would cross northwards into Zimbabwe, serving Bulawayo, before running southeast into Mozambique. ...

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