Despite assurances that the situation has returned to normal, Zimbabwean motorists are again experiencing log fuel queues in the country. Several car owners complained since Friday that they are having to queue long hours for fuel.
Here are some pictures that have been shared:
#ZimfuelUpdates Sadly long fuel queues resume in Harare, how is the situation in your area? drDendere @Wamagaisa @dewamavhinga @Jesmunga @PastorEvanLive @simonallison @kholwaninyathi @Mathuthu @ProfJNMoyo @povozim @BrezhMalaba @daddyhope pic.twitter.com/HYs8hmw9GG
— TechMag.TV (@TechMagTV) February 2, 2019
Couldn’t find fuel yesterday. In a queue today. Hope I get it. pic.twitter.com/YZZWQQjnet
— Teve Mpani ✨ (@Tevedzerai) February 2, 2019
Apa fuel queues back pic.twitter.com/02zmVLvtb0
— Lennon (@rock4us2) February 2, 2019
1Feb.'19 4:50pm Zim. time fuel queues've resurfaced including one in Msasa #Zimbabwe. Said a citizen in that queue, ‘[There’s an armed soldier] I couldn’t get fuel at Total Airport, Total Coronation & Total Churchill Roads. Zuva Rhodesville was like that as well’ @1changamire pic.twitter.com/2BYqLjH9Vg
— Pearl Matibe (@PearlMatibe) February 1, 2019
— Kudzi Muyangwa (@khanyie04) February 2, 2019
Regardless of the price hike remedy to the fuel shortages, the queues are back. How draining is this 🤧🤧 pic.twitter.com/bXZHh0R8jy
— Baba vezveMweya (@trei_bie) February 1, 2019
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The Zimbabwe Fuel Crisis of 2018 - 2019 is a shortage of Petrol and Diesel that started at the beginning of September 2018. At the end of October 2018, the crisis ended briefly after the government negotiated fuel supply agreements with Sakunda (part of the... Read More About Zimbabwe Fuel Shortage Crisis (2018 - 2019)