By Staff Reporter
THE old and rusty luna park equipment, commonly used at the Harare Agricultural Show (HAS) and Zimbabwe Trade Fair (ZITF), has arrived in Bulawayo for this year’s edition of the exhibition.
The park will be in use over the weekend when children are allowed back into the fair after a two year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The equipment arrived in Bulawayo Thursday afternoon on board similarly rusty and rugged National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) wagons.
Safety questions have been raised by social media users as a result.
These wouldn’t pass a health and safety check but then again this country is a hazard of its own.. https://t.co/ojScxv2CCb
— 👨🏾💻 Auti 'eSharp (@_NyashaM_) April 28, 2022
The luna park is owned by Spare Mania Investments, which traverses the country setting it up for children’s entertainment.
"Equipment" is finishing me😂😂😂😂😂
Listen, that is straight mazenge https://t.co/PyJYS6GzhS
— Cela nithi hooray (@nkosssiii) April 28, 2022
According to reports, it will be set up Friday at the Matopos Sailing Club, 25km away from the ZITF venue.