• Southern African
    Railways Association

    Delivering a cost effective, regionally integrated
    seamless and predictable railway transport service
    advocating for a sustainable fair surface transport
    policy in the SADC region.

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The Southern African Railways Association

SARA is a ‘Non-profit Organisation’ domiciled in Zimbabwe formed in April 1996 in terms of its Constitution in response to increasing road competition. At its formation, SARA was to originally provide the SADC railways with a strong lobbying association to pursue advocacy for fair surface transport competition to be achieved through– “levelling of the playing field” between road and rail in terms of policy and regulations. Modal equity was to be achieved by enforcing the User Pays Principle where the road pays the full cost of road infrastructure or infrastructure support to railways by Governments. Members of SARA are predominantly railways in the SADC region, some major railway customers and suppliers, and other organisations with special interest in railways.

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Tender Closing Date: 05 May 2017

Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) is a State Owned Enterprise (SOE) whose mandate is to provide rail freight and passenger transportation services in Zambia. It is a company incorporated in Zambia and having its registered offices in Kabwe. ZRL owns land in Nankunko, Chisamba, which it has identified f...

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The Programmes Coordinator shall be required to promote, develop and extend the objectives and business interests of SARA through: Ensuring that appropriate initiatives in the areas of operations, marketing, safety, equipment, infrastructure and inter-modal competition are put in placeProviding adv...

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The current SARA strategy addresses five strategic focus areas of advocacy and lobbying, infrastructure development, railway operations, resource mobilisation, marketing and publicity and safety.