Fuel prices go up again

Fuel prices go up again
Published: 23 October 2018 (115 Views)
Fuel prices have gone up for the second time in two months, amid serious shortages of the commodity across the country.

A survey showed that the price for both petrol and diesel has increased by two cents, with the former fetching $1.43 from $1.41 while the latter has gone up to $1.35 from $1.33.

Meanwhile, a health time bomb looms in Manicaland as some ambulances in the province are reportedly grounded due to the crippling fuel shortage in the country. Ministry of Health sources in Mutare told NewsDay yesterday that some service stations in the city were refusing to give them first preference whenever fuel was available.


- dailynews

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