News:Muzenda's Company Fined $200 For Operating Without Licence. Kasukuwere's Comoil To Appear On A Similar Charge
The late Vice-President Simon Muzenda’s company, Chekesai Goods Transport (Pvt) Limited, was fined $200 for selling fuel without a valid licence. The firm, represented by Vitalis Vengesai Muzenda, had initially denied the charge before provincial magistrate Tendai Mahwe ordered the company to pay a $200 fine for the offence.
Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s fuel company, COMOIL (Pvt) Limited, is set to appear in court facing a similar charge. COMOIL is represented by its marketing manager, Isaac Ndlovu who was arrested on March 3 this year after Zera officials visited the company’s premises in Newlands and discovered that the firm had no licence to sell fuel.
Earlier this year Floyd Petroleum station at corner Leopold Takawira Avenue and Kwame Nkrumah street had to sell fuel at a giveaway price of 15 cents per liter with a minimum of 20 liters which cost $3 for failing to meet legal regulations for running a fuel service station.(read more here)
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