Wednesday , January 20 2021

FUEL CRISIS WORSENS newsdzeZimbabweNewsdzeZimbabwe



MOTORIST, last week, has suffered fuel sales, fueled by the fuel industry in the oil industry.


It was so bad that the pump that is sold in a foreign currency is almost completely dry. The product had a few queues long and foldable.



Some guides make purchases in the black market because prices are much higher.
However, automobile drivers doubled the police's black market, because retailers seized the hordes of fuel.



This was abandoned by automobile vehicles, which literally had no fuel anywhere else. A survey by Daily News revealed yesterday that most of the city's Zimbabwe service was fueled by fuel that was fueled by dry pumps.

A total of service stations manager who refused to designate said: "Eventually, after a few days, we received our supplies without supplies.


"I am sure that most of our service stations are fueled by two trucks from South Africa and gave them 6,000 liters for each service station."

Centrally long queues were seen in some of the service stations in the Central Business District.

Surprisingly, similar rows could be seen in foreign currency service stations, which indicates the serious situation.


Some city service stations have confirmed that it disappeared yesterday in more than a week.

On the other hand, the passengers are struggling to transport home, in order to respond to the demand caused by the large number of omnibus operators in the suburbs. Many parked their vehicles.

Fuel negligence has neglected many of the city's business operators. Despite rising fuel prices by around 150% in January, it is not over the crisis.


Fuel fuels have reached a time, Idai Cyclists destroyed Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi, Mozambique-Zimbabwe Companhiado De Pipeline in Mozambique (CPMZ), in the Mozambique Glass Control Room, causing fuel and natural gas pumping. Feruka Oil at Rafinerie Mutare.


This left him a lot of cyclical shortages.
However, Energy Minister Joram Gumbo said this week that the country had enough fuel stocks. Daily News



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