Technical Fault Behind Cement Shortage In Zim

In an interview with The Chronicle president of the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) Mr Sifelani Jabangwe said a technical fault at PPC Zimbabwe and Larfarge could be behind the recent shortage of the commodity.

CZI is an umbrella body for the manufacturing sector in the country. Said Jabangwe:

The shortage of cement could be due to the fact that coincidentally there has been a technical fault at both PPC Ltd and Lafarge.

When contacted for a comment, PPC Zimbabwe managing director Mr Kelibone Masiyane kept saying he was in a meeting and would comment later but The Chronicle could not reach him. Gweru-based Sino-Zimbabwe Cement sales and marketing manager, Mr Ibiam Sengwe, said they were producing at 100 percent capacity, which translates to 1 000 tonnes per day.


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2 comments on “Technical Fault Behind Cement Shortage In Zim

  1. Jabangwe technical fault on the same day at major manufactures of cement is a shadow.
    Did they report to you as such. Hatidi vanhu vanoita cover up ineptudes. Gore rino……

  2. What technical problem, why fighting the development of a country, so you want to push cement prizes higher ? and establish black markets:: enough of your games.

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