The advantage of the device is that there is no cash involved, and a user dispenses just enough for the period they are parked HARARE’S on-street and bus termini parking services provider, City Parking, says it is aggressively pushing its new cashless, pre-paid parking product to meet the needs of an increasingly busy and demanding motoring public. Francis Mandaza, the customer care officer with the company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the City of Harare, said motorists were at the centre of their business and “we cannot afford not to care for our customers”. “Everyone here is now focused on satisfying our customers. The new product offers convenience to the parking motorists,” he said. The new product,…