Churches Want The Government To Ensure Availability Of Subsidized Goods

A group of indigenous churches yesterday said they will work tirelessly towards ensuring that the government delivers on its promise on subsidised goods, Newsday reports.

Speaking after a Zimbabwe Amalgamated Churches Council event, the group’s Jimayi Muduvuri said:

This year, as churches, through our branch of consumer power, we will work tirelessly to make sure that government acts to ensure that the prices of commodities from companies that are supported by government remain low.

Right now, mealie-meal is in short supply and can only be found on the black market highly priced yet some millers are getting subsidised maize. This should come to an end.

Reports of retailers abusing the subsidised facility have been circulating these past few days with some retailers forcing shoppers to buy other stuff for them to buy the subsidized mealie meal. 

More: Newsday

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