Private equity firm Harith General Partners Pty Ltd. and the Phembani Remgro Infrastructure Fund are buying equity in a company investing $296 million to modernize Zimbabwe Beitbridge border, one of Africa’s busiest land border crossings. Bloomberg reports that the rehabilitation, construction, and upgrades will happen on the Zimbabwe side of the border. The nation’s economic crisis led to under-investment in critical infrastructure such as Beitbridge, where about 25,000 people and more than 500 heavy trucks cross every 24 hours. Among other upgrades, the fresh investment through Zim-borders will go into installing automated queuing and payment systems to minimize human interaction and the risk of fraud and corruption.