1. Stiff penalties for errant fuel firms  The Herald
  2. Service Station Owners That Cheat In Buying Or Selling Fuel Face Heavy Fines, 5 Years In Jail  pindula.co.zw
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Owners of oil companies and service stations that cheat in buying or selling fuel face heavy penalties under new regulations gazetted at the weekend which also show that almost all the fuel price increase is accounted for by a five-fold rise in duties rather than allowing parallel pricing. Those caught cheating risk fines and five-year jail terms.

Owners of oil companies and service stations that cheat in buying or selling fuel face heavy fines under new regulations gazetted at the weekend. The new regulations also show that almost all the fuel price increase is accounted for by a five-fold rise in duties rather than allowing parallel pricing. Those caught cheating risk fines […]

Zimbabwe is putting the national interest first in its diplomatic engagements and will not be distracted by “diplomatic snobbery” or ideological baggage.Government spokesperson Mr Nick Mangwana, who is also the Secretary for Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, explained this yesterday ahead President Mnangagwa’s visit to Europe next week.

President Mnangagwa will meet the President of the Russian Federation Mr Vladmir Putin during his four-nation trip to Europe next week. The Zimbabwean leader is...