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Government Prohibits Importation Of Fuel By The Public, That’s Quite Peculiar




12/7/2017, The Financial Gazette

By Violet Chipunza By Leonard Sengere Back in 2015, Statutory Instrument 171 was amended to allow members of the public to import up to 2000 litres of fuel per month for personal use. The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has however notified us that the Statutory Instrument (SI) which allowed us to do that has been repealed. It is quite strange […]

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