We have lots of courier services to Zimbabwe available to buy online. This includes options where you drop-off your parcel at a local shop or Post Office, and others that are collected by the courier directly from your home or work.
Simply use the 'Instant Quote' box to the right to get a price for sending your parcel.
Here are some examples of prices to send a parcel to Zimbabwe. We have many options, so for a personalised quote please enter the weight of your item into the quote box below.
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Delivery in 14-21 days.
Delivery in 10-11 days.
Delivery in 3-5 days.
|International Air Worldwide
Delivery in 2-4 days.
Zimbabwe has a challenging climate. Widespread unrest and political disagreements make doing business with this country difficult
Zimbabwe has its roots in British rule, originally established as the Republic of Rhodesia by the United Kingdom. Since 1980, however, this South African nation has been dominated by one man's leadership: Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe has struggled under this regime, dealing with extreme poverty, inequality and unemployment for the country's 12 million citizens. In addition, the worldwide unpopularity of Mugabe's policies led to sanctions from other nations that have crippled growth. Zimbabwe also shares the plight of other African nations, with a major AIDS epidemic threatening stability. This has led to a decline in life expectancy and a rise in infant mortality. Zimbabwe citizen's suffer from some of the worst statistics, with the average life expectancy sitting at a mere 39 years to 42 years. In addition, white residents of Zimbabwe, including the 10,000 of British origin, are finding it increasingly dangerous to live in the area. White farmers often find their land seized without due process by Mugabe's government.
Zimbabwe has distinct prejudices against doing business with western and European countries. It is particularly frustrated with the United States, Britain and other European nations. This is largely because of the sanctions that are imposed upon Zimbabwe due to its unpopular political approach and policies. This makes the nation isolated, though some stabilization is being realized. Still, the nation cannot afford to hoard all its resources and must export products in order to survive. Major industries include minerals, agriculture, mining and tourism. Zimbabwe produces large amounts of diamonds, platinum and tobacco. While these crops have the potential to improve the nation's economy, much of the profits are diverted to corrupt government officials, leaving the citizens fighting for survival. Zimbabwe trades the most heavily with neighbouring South Africa.
Despite the challenging environment that exists between the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe, the country does make it quite clear as to what its import requirements are. The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority publishes a concise list of prohibited and restricted imports. Prohibited items include:
Many more items that might be shipped to Zimbabwe are under the restricted category. Restricted shipments include:
The major categories of restricted items are also accompanied by a list of the licensing agencies. In addition, Zimbabwe even covers its reasons for making specific imports prohibited and restricted. In most cases, this distinctions are made in order to protect Zimbabwe's interests; restrictions are designed to protect the citizens, the environment and the economy. The full listing from the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority can be found here.
Despite the strife between Zimbabwe's government and western and European interests, the United Kingdom remains one of the most generous sources of relief funds for the struggling nation. This may or may not positively impact shippers originating from Britain. However, the significant number of British expatriates does mean that Zimbabwe provides at least basic accommodation for British imports.
We serve all cities, including Bulawayo, Harare, Mutare, Bindura, Marondera, Chinhoyi, Masvingo city, Lupane District, Gwanda and Gweru within the same time-frame.
Parcel was collected and delivered on time. All good
Parcel was picked up Tuesday afternoon and was in Harare by Friday. Fastest Ive known to Zimbabwe from the UK. So, so pleased.
I was pleasantly surprised that my parcel was picked up from me on Thursday and delivered from UK to Zimbabwe in 3 working days! I definitely recommend this service.
Parcel was delivered on time to a not so easy destination and quicker than I thought. The only negative was not being able to easily track where it was and that the collection of the parcel had to be re-scheduled (but this was probably the courier company not parcel monkey)
Would definitely use again
Very speedy, cant find anything to fault. Will use them again
parcel collected on time and arrived on time. it was a bit damp but everything arrived so im glad.
all very efficient except it would be useful to have a collection time.