Fuel supply to stabilise: Zimbabwe 5.6m litres of fuel to arrive in Malawi

From Face of Malawi Sun Dec 23 2012, 03:49:10

Zimbabwe has released 5.6 million litres of fuel to Malawi as part of the loan repayment deal, a development which could guarantee fuel availability throughout the festive season. Minister of Energy Ibrahim Matola confirmed this in an interview on Thursday, stating that logistics to lift the commodity to Malawi have already started for the first [...]

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