SENIOR STAFF WRITER
RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya says the country is importing adequate fuel not to warrant shortages, but there is indiscipline in the oil sector, the Daily News reports.
Appearing before the parliamentary portfolio committee on Energy yesterday, Mangudya bemoaned the continued sight of long winding queues at service stations across the country despite the fact 1,5 billion litres of fuel is imported per year on average.
“The fuel that our members have been selling since 14 March is what they buy from other retailers who get beyond their capacities,” Chinhara said.
“We expect to get results by next week. We are starting with Harare because if we instil discipline here, it will be a good starting point. We are going to withdraw licences for failure to comply,” Mazambani said.