By Own Correspondent| President Mnangagwa announced Government visitors in the country by way of foreign missions and other registered foreign bodies, and tourists will buy fuel in United States dollars.
Mnangagwa made the announcement on Saturday evening where he also announced Government’s decision to increase the price of fuel. Zimbabweans will pay $3,11 per litre for diesel, and $3,31 per litre for petrol. Mnangagwa said the prices are predicated on the ruling official exchange rate of 1:1 between the Bond Note and the United States Dollar, and also on the need to keep fuel retailers viable.
He said Government visitors will buy fuel at designated points.
“Guests of Government by way of foreign missions and other registered foreign bodies, and tourists will fuel and refuel at designated points at the price of f US$1,24 per litre for diesel, and US$2,32 per litre for petrol, upon production of proper identification documents.”