Norton legislator Temba Mliswa said fuel challenges continue to be experienced even without the business tycoon Kudakwashe Tagwirei who was believed to be a cartel in the oil industry.
“Why is that even after Tagwirei moved out of fuel sector we are still facing challenges.
We had been made to believe he was the problem but he sold his shares in Trafigura yet the fuel problem is even worse.”
Most service stations around the country are dry thereby affecting many departments that require fuel such as agriculture, mining and transport industries.
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