Fuel Queues Resurface in Zimbabwe as Forex Shortages Bite

The government has reportedly urged citizens not to resort to panic buying after long fuel queues resurfaced in the capital Harare and other parts of the country. Fuel queues re-emerged around the country with government attributing the development to erratic foreign currency allocations but insisting the country has enough stocks to last the next 18 months.

  • Zimbabwe:   Fuel Shortages Worsen

    New Zimbabwe, 24 November 2018

    Fuel queues have re-emerged around the country with government attributing the development to erratic foreign currency allocations but insisting the country has enough stocks to… Read more »

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  • Zimbabwe:   Fuel Price to Go Up

    The Herald, 23 November 2018

    Fuel prices are set to go up after Government raised excise duty on petrol and diesel by up to 7 cents per litre to reduce arbitrage opportunities by foreigners taking advantage of… Read more »

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