- Place of Publication: Lusaka, Zambia
- Publisher: Southern African Social Protection Experts Network
Informal cross-border couriers (bomalayisha) have transported people and goods between Zimbabwe and South Africa for several decades.
This brief considers informal cross-border couriers from Zimbabwe, who operate between Zimbabwe and South Africa. It considers the origins of their occupation, their modus operandi and their socio-economic contribution. It also considers the regulatory challenges associated with their operations (isilayisha).