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Fuel Prices Slightly Go Down: 18 September 2022

Fuel Prices Slightly Go Down: 18 September 2022

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has reviewed the prices of diesel and petrol (Blend-E20) with effect from 18 September 2022. In an update seen by Pindula News, the authority said the price of diesel remains at US$1.74 per litre while the price of petrol has been reduced to US$1.52 from US$1.53. Reads the statement:

PETROLEUM PRICES – 18 Sept 2022

Please be advised of the review in fuel prices for diesel and blend with effect from 18 September 2022. The prices have been reviewed as follows:

ZWL US$
Diesel 50 (ZWL/litre) Blend – E20 (ZWL/litre) Diesel 50 (US$/litre) Blend – E20 (US$/litre)
Maximum prices 1,052.59 916.57 1.74 1.52

The public and operators are advised that the blending ratio remains at E20. Operators may sell the petroleum products below the prescribed prices depending on their trading advantages and should display prices in a prominent place as provided for by the fuel pricing regulations. Stakeholders are advised that the petroleum price releases by ZERA can be verified on the official ZERA website, Facebook or Twitter handle.

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6 Comments

4 months ago

Diesel should be half price of petrol.Thats how smith did things.....


Surprised Onlooker 4 months ago

Smith was a smart guy.

aaah 4 months ago

Smith wechii futi

Down memory lane 4 months ago

NRZ used to do logistics in the country and it was Diesel
ZUPCO was commuting using diesel and the less demand for Diesel from the 2 companies while cars were few unlike nowadays, No Zupco No NRZ while almost every household owns a truck that needs diesel because its cheaper than gas


Richcracy 4 months ago

The Sanctions imposed to our country must go yesterday, slowly things will move back to normal but let's not forget our sufferings we heard for the past 4 years under his Excellence Advocate E.D Mnangagwa , I think it's time to taste new waters as a nation which is the Opposition party ruling the country.

[Vote Citizens Coalition For Change #2023]


WILLIAM SONBOY CHINEMBIRI 4 months ago

Yes gentlemen, Smith was smart. This is why I always compare this second administration with Ian Douglas Smith.

To avoid sanctions, Smith used South Africa to import and export goods for him. Why can not this second administration do that ? It is because they are hotheads. They want to compete with South Africa instead of going to South Africa on all fours and persuade it to do the same for it. They are bigheaded.

[ KUTONGA KUNODA VAKASHINGA UKU ].

[ CHAMISA CHETE CHETE ]

Yours sincerely
William Sonboy CHINEMBIRI
[ THE BUSH LAWYER ].



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