With only a few days left before Christmas there seems to be no solution to end the fuel crisis as long queues have once again emerged throughout the major towns and cities.
This comes as Energy minister Fortune Chasi on Tuesday during a Post Cabinet briefing said the largest supplier of fuels has to acquire enough fuels to cease the fuel problems.
“We have instructed the National Oil Company (NOIC) to work 24/7 so that we have enough fuels,” Chasi said.
A snap survey by the Zim Morning Post showed that long queues have become the norm at all service stations as citizens prepare for the festive season journeys.
In an interview fuel seekers told Zim Morning Post that the government should do something about fuel shortages.
“We plead to the government to assist at a high speed to solve the fuel crisis as the holidays are approaching,” said Tendai Muranda at one of the service statiins.
“The pricing is no longer the issue but the queues, I have been here since 4am,” he said.