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Post by mumbi » 9th April 2015, 11:26

What are the Kitwe contact numbers for Mazhandu bus

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Post by Meme » 24th June 2013, 15:00

Do the Mazhandu Bus Service go to Chipata as well through the manenekela? Or Va Kuchipata coz of they are sleepy and stupidity mentality will always get good things at the end. Vibwela mochedwa all the time!!!!!

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Post by slumdog shalapungu » 16th May 2013, 12:25

Thses bus people are not fair. Why don't they show bareback. He he he

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Post by Peter Kangwa » 16th May 2013, 11:02

I like the Mazhandu bus service but today I want to point out some things I do not like. Sometimes they show movies that are PG rated. There are kids that travel on the bus and it is not appropriate to show such movies. One movie I saw had a scene where a woman took off her clothes and sat naked in a bath tub while some guy rubbed her back with a sponge. Even though they didnt show her nudity directly, I still think it was in bad taste. The movie was called "Missing".

I don't like their choir gospel music as I find it poorly produced and boring. Many people on the bus opted to use headphones to listen to something else. I am not keen on the preachers they bring on board to preach before the journey. After preaching, one guy took out stickers and started selling them for K5 each. I dont like the idea of being forced to listen to a sermon. I go to church voluntarily to listen to preaching.

Otherwise, the service is great.

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Post by TY Phiri » 29th April 2012, 13:41

I wish to add my voice of approval to Mazhandu as they are the best by a long shot. They leave on time and are efficient. My only complaint is that the seating area at the Livingstone station is inadequate. There are only two benches and people are forced to either stand or sit on their bags or on protruding tree roots. There is space at the station to install more benches. Otherwise, keep up the good work and kill off all the mediocre bus companies.

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Post by Kombwe » 23rd November 2011, 18:31

Mature,
you are right. 180km/h for a bus is not quiet safe. Not long ago I was going 110miles/hour on the Texas pan handle. That's a good 175km/h. I zoomed by a traffic cop who must have been dozing off or eating his donuts. I saw him before he could point his speed radar gun at me and I slowed down to the legal 70 miles. He wasn't able to zap me at my top speed. So after he stopped me he could not produce the speed printout from his radar gun that he would need in case I decide to contest it in court. Long story short, he tried to have me say on video record that I was speeding. I didn't bite the bait. So the frustrated hillbilly boy had to cut me loose with only a warning. Beat the rap.

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Post by mature » 23rd November 2011, 14:48

yes they are quiet fast. i was doing a good 160 km/h on my way to kabwe. the way this madzadu bus overtook me! its like the driver was doing a good 170 or 180 km/h and thats too much for a bus carrying passengers. please reduce on your speed.

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Post by siphosami » 23rd November 2011, 11:52

please ba Euro a trip to kitwe to last us 8hrs, be serious with business and buy new buses. i used to trust you not until the past two weeks when i travelled from 18hrs to 02hrs just to get to kitwe. Mazhandu i give you credit you are they best in Zambia seconded by Power Tools. Advise your drivers not drive very fast.

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Post by Cute1 » 21st July 2011, 08:04

GJC, these are there contact numbers found on there tickets. Lusaka-0977805064, 0977806060, 0979991937. Livingstone-0975805064. Thank you. Calling them is the best. Enjoy your to my home town-livingstone.

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Post by GJC » 17th July 2011, 21:46

I have tried numerous times to contact this bus service for schedule and cost between Lusaka and Livingstone. No-one ever gets back to me. I just tried sending another e-mail and it was aborted immediately. Can someone tell me how they contacted this bus company. My trip is coming up soon and I am scrambling for answers to travel requests.

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Post by cute1 » 30th June 2011, 19:22

Thumbs up, thumbs up. Snack time: i sugest, 100percent pure fruit juice wit chico treats. I hate thoz kekes i owas kip thm 4 kids. Movies: atlist gud comedies pg13, nd other interestng stuf jus kip in mind dat de whole esence z 2 satisfy ur customa nd liv hm wantng 4more. Of ur services ofcose. BIG UP!

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Post by Ralph.cW » 30th June 2011, 11:32

Dear Zambia,
There is very little you can take away from Mazhandu Family Bus Crew....They are just excellent!!...I am a regular traveler between Lusaka and Livingstone and I have always enjoyed my journeys.

I have never experienced any ego-ego style of attending to customers at all.
Ba Chanda Bbeu has always been so impressive to me, the Drivers, the Conductors and Bus Stewards in general...They have just been marvelous.
I once met the Owner of Mazhandu when he jumped on the bus I boarded, for sure!! you can tell why even his employees come out number 1 to me.......The Man has marketing skills which you can see in his talking

To Management and Staff Of Mazhandu Family Bus Services...The Business is yours.... Keep up the spirit!!!

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Post by Girl » 18th February 2011, 09:46

There's only one Foloko. Hi darling!

Hey, Maz are the best carrier so far! Livingstone through Copper belt! But like someone pointed out, there's inconsistency in serving of drinks and that too sweet round keke.

I have watched good movies on MAz bus; THE EXPENDABLES, NIKITA, THE ITALIAN JOB and other good Hollywood movies. Never seen Nigerian myself but I know they do show, my niece confirmed.

It's refreshing to ride in a really clean bus with air conditioning and friendly crew. Thumbs up!

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Post by Foloko » 18th February 2011, 01:14

Marcus wrote :
> except for those VCDs they play on the bus. it's torture! Can't stand them.
> Makes it even hard to read when you have got a book.Who in Zambia decided
> that we all want to watch 3rd rate Nigerian movies? Nollywood sucks! But
> mwandi all in all the bus service itself is GOOD, keep it up, God bless.

ba Marcus,
May I please suggest ear plugs. Good tight ear plugs that will shut out any rubbish from Nollywood.

Every now and then I'm forced to sit through a church service for a wedding or something. I use ear plugs to keep my mind pure from the preacher's corruption.

Re: Mazhandu Bus Service

Post by Kamfwa tendai mazhandu » 17th February 2011, 21:02

Thank you marcus will take your views into consideration

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Post by Chief Advisor » 8th February 2011, 21:27

To all you doubting these posts,just take a ride on one mazhandu.
or here's a simple test : wen did you hear that a mazhandu has been in a fatal axident? NEVER ,its either CR or GB fimofimo buses going off-road !

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Post by It Is I » 8th February 2011, 15:47

Mmmm.... Kb lucky you cause with me the last two times iv travelled to the copperbelt iv had to indure the VERY LONG with bad english nigger movies :(

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Post by Kb » 5th February 2011, 22:05

Marcus i've been using mazhandu on the copperbelt route since they opened it and i've never watched any nigerian movie! They usually play either gospel songs or movies..and no, not nigerian.

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Post by Naine » 13th January 2011, 12:51

I will remember to ride Mazhandu next time I travel to Kitwe. The recommended ride to Kitwe is Euro, so now I know Mazhandu has got my back as well

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Post by Marcus » 13th January 2011, 10:26

except for those VCDs they play on the bus. it's torture! Can't stand them. Makes it even hard to read when you have got a book.Who in Zambia decided that we all want to watch 3rd rate Nigerian movies? Nollywood sucks! But mwandi all in all the bus service itself is GOOD, keep it up, God bless.

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