PUMA filling station in Livingstone will be demolished to pave way for the construction of a new and modern service station.
Puma filling station, not Vuma as earlier stated, located on Mosi-o-Tunya Road will be demolished ahead of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) general assembly to be co-hosted with Zimbabwe in August this year.
Puma filling station manager Victor Chuulu said the service station was currently not operational.
"We're currently not even selling fuel because management told us to move out of this place by month-end. Everything here will be demolished to pave way for a new and modern filling station which will also have a shopping complex and this will be done in five months," Chuulu said.
"All the payments that the government departments who pay up front for the fuel have been given to the filling stations of their choice. And all the Puma workers here, including myself will not be doing anything for the next five months until the new filling station is constructed."
Chuulu said the people of Livingstone should expect a modern and more efficient filling station once the construction is completed in five month time.
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