Fuel shortages in Malawi: Running on empty

From Face of Malawi Wed Jan 9 2013, 00:30:13

Cars snaked around the petrol station and back down a dusty street in Mzuzu, a town in northern Malawi. Pedestrians armed with jerry cans patiently formed another line. "I've been here three hours, and spent three days before that looking for a queue to join," said Lloyd, a young chauffeur, his feet resting on his [...]

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