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Queues for fuel disappear

01 Oct, 2017 - 00:10 0 Views
Queues for fuel disappear Fuel situation has normalised, in the picture few cars are seen refueling at PUMA service station along Sam Nujoma Street in Harare last night. Picture by John Manzongo

The Sunday Mail

FUEL prices and supplies have normalised in Harare, following Government’s quick intervention last week.

A snap survey conducted by The Sunday Mail last night showed that both petrol and diesel were in abundant supply.

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe injected US$10 million for payment to international oil suppliers to avert any shortages.

Prices of petrol are now ranging between US$1.36 and US$1.37, dropping from about US$1.50 per litre which was being charged last week. Diesel is now selling at between US$1.22 and US$1.23 from around US$1.40 last week.

At Zuva Petroleum outlets, blended petrol was selling at US$1,37 per litre while diesel was pegged at US$1,22. Diesel 50 was going for US$ 1,36 per litre.

The same prices were pegged at Total, Puma and Trek service stations.

A fuel attendant at the Total Sam Nujoma Street said, “Fuel is now available and queues have disappeared.”

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