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.

Also Read:

More: Chronicle

Satisfaction survey
How likely is it that you would recommend Pindula News to a friend or colleague?
SuggestionsHow can we improve?
You have already submitted your feedback. If you would like to add more feedback please write us on

RSS Recent Pindula Profiles


Back to top

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.

Write a Comment

Your email address will not be published.