Fuel shortages ravaging the country have opened the door for massive corruption at service stations especially in Harare the Herald reports. It has been reported that cars are being fitted with huge tanks in order for them to hoard fuel for resale.
Others allegations are that motorists are paying fuel attendants so that their cars can be moved from their current positions to the front.
Speaking to the publication about the corruption issues at service stations, ZERA CEO Eddington Mazambani said:
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I have also received a report implicating a certain service station in Harare in such corrupt practices. For now, I cannot disclose the name of the service station, but we are investigating the case in conjunction with the security agents to flush out such activities
Fuel shortages started shortly after yesteryear’s harmonised elections and have been the norm ever since.
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