- Commenced on 8 December 1995
- [This is the version of this document at 31 December 2016 and includes any amendments published up to 31 December 2017.]
- [Note: This version of the Act was revised and consolidated by the Law Development Commission of Zimbabwe]
1. Short titleThis Act may be cited as the Toll-roads Act [Chapter 13:13].
2. InterpretationIn this Act—“authorized person”, in relation to any toll-road, means the person authorized in regulations referred to in paragraph (b) of subsection (1) of section three to collect tolls on vehicles using that toll-road;“Exchange Control (General) Order” means the Exchange Control (General) Order, 1996, published in Statutory Instrument 110 of 1996, or any other enactment that may be substituted for the same;[definition inserted by Act 3 of 2009]“foreign currency” means the British pound, euro, United States dollar, South African rand, Botswana pula and any other foreign currency denominated under the Exchange Control (General) Order.[definition inserted by Act 3 of 2009]“Minister” means the Minister of Transport and Energy or any other Minister to whom the President may, from time to time, assign the administration of this Act;“road” means any highway, street or other road to which the public or any section of the public has access, and includes—(a)any bridge, ferry or pontoon over which such a road passes; and(b)any drift in the line of such a road; and(c)any work or thing belonging to or connected with or forming part of such a road;“toll road” means a road declared to be a toll-road in regulations referred to in paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section three;“vehicle” includes an animal-drawn vehicle.
3. Toll-roads authorized persons and tolls
4. Levying of tolls
5. Act not to restrict rights in respect of private roads
History of this document
08 December 1995