MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby april » 11th April 2014, 12:35

Please those pipo that like to pass negative comments when serious issues are raised STOP IT....these are issues which must be taken seriously PLEASE.
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby mr zambia » 11th April 2014, 13:36

april wrote :
> Please those pipo that like to pass negative comments when serious issues
> are raised STOP IT....these are issues which must be taken seriously
> PLEASE.


What exactly do you mean you useless soul ati serious things.You think these bus or coach drivers do it on purpose.These people work according to time,they have to reach a certain destination on time as stated in one of their customers services on your ticket.Do you really think the driver once to be involved in a bloody accident while driving,he's also got a family at home.Take back your retarded ass back to the villagers were you only see bicycles maybe that quill ease that rippen ass of yours masipa ya hao.
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby Meme » 11th April 2014, 15:27

Zambians are full of shi*t. There was a thread here on DZ where the same zambians were praising Mazandu buses now things have changed. People said so many good things about mazandu, my fellow comrade shalapungu can remember that, for ka mr zambia cannot remember it because that time he was not yet born.

Zambians are fuc*ked up people, useless in nature, baboons in their thinking capacity and above all zambian lack consistency in what they are doing.

OK jocks are a side. How many people has mazandu buses killed? I like post bus and Ingwe buses. Why. You remember how many people were killed in Chisamba by post bus yepieeeee thats good.

OK what about my favourite bus Ingwe? You know it guys Lusaka to Jozi. Do you remember how many people it burnt alive as it was passing through Zimbabwe. Yes that was excellent service for Zambians.

Idiots!!!!! I hope that mazandu bus can sort out you as well.

From meme the great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby ᴚƻ » 11th April 2014, 16:30

April dear, please don’t let this mr zambia rattle you. He is a half demented chamba smoker
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby Slumdog shalapungu » 12th April 2014, 13:46

All these tachograph and authority changes are unimplementable because bane lets be serious its down to the people with the power i.e customers. I have been of these death traps before and I have seen these drivers by urged by passengers to speed up because they want to get to their destination in time. Pa zed people have no appreciation for timetables its about who gets someone where faster. I remember being on these buses where a driver was driving reasonable and some chaps started to ngwita and complain to the driver to butukisha the bus. And also these accidents are not down to the bus drivers fault it could be down to the other motorists . If you have ever driven to siavonga you will know how some of these buggers drive like bats out of hell, I have probably had over 10 near death experiences due to some idiot driving like a daredevil
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby Clever » 14th April 2014, 10:30

Kikikikiki Shalapungu, ati near death experiences, kikikikiki. I wonder what he means! Shalapungu do you even know what near death experience means? Kikikikikiki. I thought you was the master of Google? Go on now, play some Google :-)
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby Guest » 14th April 2014, 14:10

Clever wrote :
> Kikikikiki Shalapungu, ati near death experiences, kikikikiki. I wonder
> what he means! Shalapungu do you even know what near death experience
> means? Kikikikikiki. I thought you was the master of Google? Go on now,
> play some Google :-)


Idiot

Near death means pafupi na infwa or nina funa ku mwalila in a language you understand . I know chizungu wamiza's you in your matu but please mwana keep your fwalago-ness away from me
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby Disappointed passenger » 13th December 2014, 15:37

The service leaves much to be desired especially with buses that leave after 12hours .They don't start on time and seats are kept for unsuspecting would-be passengers from whom those who sell tickets expect a cut consequently keeping passengers waiting for hours to start off. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone for travels especially afternoon time.
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby mish » 28th January 2016, 10:01

I thought I was the only one with such complaints , I have only used the Mazhandu bus twice which both are my worst experiences with them. The first time was when I was coming from Lusaka to the copper belt, I got on an afternoon bus which was suppose to leave Lusaka at 17 if am not mistaken but the driver wasn't around ,don't know where he went to but he came in late when it was almost 6pm, as if coming late wasn't enough, he smelled of Alcohol too, but they still allowed him to drive the bus, his driving was so careless and some people decided to drop off the bus cause of the way he was driving, they instead chose to hike which was dangerous because at that time, it had already starting to get dark and it was around a bushy area, one of the passengers called the superiors who responded n when we got to kabwe around 8pm, we found a woman from the same company who looked like she was in charge, she called the driver by the side and instead of them changing the driver, we still went ahead with the same one. The other one was on Sunday, a 10am bus, the driver was also careless with his overtaking and all vehicles coming from the opposite direction where flashing at him, when I moved to the front seat because I was going to drop-off a few kms ahead, I noticed that the driver was playing with his phone while driving n he kept on messing around, here and there e.g. trying to remove sticky papers from his side window while driving and texting as well...how can you play around when you are carrying a lot of people on the bus. These drivers really do feel Superior, one has to be taught a lesson, some of my friends have sworn not to use these buses again. How many customers do you want to lose...Do something before your business you worked so hard for is brought down by people you employed to help..
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Re: MAZHANDU BUSES A DEATH TRAP!

Postby Chimbuzi© » 28th January 2016, 19:53

Mish

I realize this is not an English class but your statement saying, "I have only used the Mazhandu bus twice which both are my worst experiences with them." is nonsensical.

The word 'worst' is a superlative which refers to something of the highest quality or degree. In this case the highest degree of bad.

If you had said your two experiences with this shitty bus service were your worst experiences of all the bus experiences of your life, that would have made sense. But you yourself said you only had two experiences with this shitty bus service, how can the two be the worst with them? Makes no sense whatsoever.
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