Panic as cooking oil vanishes again

HARARE - There is once again growing uneasiness in the market as the country has been hit by another shortage of cooking oil, which retailers blame on oil manufacturing companies — who are said to be selectively supplying a few “favoured” outlets.

At the same time, the Oil Expressers Association of Zimbabwe (OEAZ) — a grouping of seven producers who supply 95 percent of the country’s edible oils — has in return accused retailers of unjustifiably increasing the price of cooking oil to consumers.

Read full story in today's Daily News print edition.

Comments (3)

Benefits of SI 64 of 2016

sinyo - 17 October 2017

Daily-news yapinda gonye zvokwadi. Hino print newspaper toriwanepi kuno ku Antigua? NewsDzezimbabwe.com yapinda zvayo machena. In this day and age?!!

Chibvongodze Chitsa- Chomurwiti - 17 October 2017

daily news sucks, where do i get i copy of print media in russia. makutsvaga mari nedemo manje

sucker - 17 October 2017

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