Govt Will Reintroduce Import Ban When Situation Normalises- Industry Minister

Speaking at a breakfast meeting with captains of industry in Mutare yesterday, Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu said Government will re-introduce the import control measures once the situation normalises.

This week Government amended Statutory Instrument (SI) 122 of 2017 to allow companies and individuals with free funds to import commodities that include animal oils and fats, baked beans, body creams, bottled water, cement, cereals, cheese, coffee creamers, cooking oil, crude soyabean oil, fertiliser, finished steel roofing sheets, wheat flour and ice cream. Said Ndlovu:

When we are satisfied that the country is able to supply again, is able to meet demand that is obtaining, there is nothing that will stop us from revisiting the measures that we took.

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One Comment on “Govt Will Reintroduce Import Ban When Situation Normalises- Industry Minister

  1. That’s sensible ED and your cabinet. let people feel the joys of getting what they want, without having committed a crime. Obvious when you smuggle things, you are committing a crime. Please bring our old Zimbabwe back.

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