As Zimbabwe’s businesses and schools have reopened in the early days of 2019, the fuel shortage crisis has worsened significantly. Car queues can be seen stretching for kilometres with motorists waiting for an opportunity to get some fuel.
The Schools reopening has meant that some parents in the city have to do daily school runs with their children as well as driving to work. Some motorists who can afford it, have just resorted to paying USD for their fuel at some fuel stations that are demanding payment in real dollars.
Here are some social media posts by Zimbabweans sharing their experiences looking for fuel:
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