Zimbabwe and Zambia are working on integrating the KAZA Uni-Visa into their internal systems to increase efficiency.  This comes at a time when an estimated 25 000 estimated visitors used the facility since its’ re-launch in December last year.  The VISA was initially launched in 2014 in an effort to ease the movement of visitors to Zambia and Zimbabwe, especially those visiting the Victoria Falls area.

The process is set to take a fortnight hence the Uni-Visa stickers are likely to be ready by end of September.  Mr Godfrey Mtare the KAZA liaison officer for Zimbabwe said once embedded the facility should attract Namibia, Botswana and Angola that are yet to implement the Uni-visa.

Integrating the system will also see both countries printing the visa locally following deliberations at a recent joint meeting in Victoria Falls.   For the full article please go to article