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ENTERPRISING: Fuel attendants

Zimbos have really mastered the art of making a quick buck wherever some commodity is in short supply or whenever there is a crisis.

I know it makes business sense to supply and meet the demands of the consumer but some of our situations are different stories altogether.

Of late there has been maize and subsequently mealie meal shortages resulting in the price of both commodities more than doubling.

The government then introduced subsidized maize to millers who were duly expected to produce the mealie-meal at gazetted prices that the masses can afford.

Sadly, that mealie meal, whi...

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