Black market fuel sales and fear: Zimbabwe faces economic fallout


There are snaking queues at Zimbabwe’s petrol stations, supermarkets and factories as shoppers and motorists line up for scarce supplies. With Zimbabwe struggling to find a way to repay its foreign debtors and curb domestic spending, there are fears the country is slipping back into crisis mode.

For days, some shops have closed, with signs on their doors such as “closed for stocktaking”. Others are open but their prices are rising.  At the Delta Beverages depot, a distributor of Coca-Cola and other drinks, overnight queues have become the norm…

Read more : Aljazeera, 16.10.2018