Kenya has scrapped the Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) fee for Zimbabweans travelling to the country.

An ETA is an entry requirement offered by countries to visa-exempt foreign nationals. It is valid for 90 days.

In a statement, Foreign Affairs and International Trade ministry spokesperson Michael Chiwoneso Mukura said the Kenyan government only required Zimbabwean travellers to apply for authorisation on the country’s digital platforms for identification purposes.