Zimbabwean energy company Zuva Petroleum has announced that eight of its 72 retail service stations in Zimbabwe will be accepting foreign currency payments. Customers can pay for their fuel in foreign currency (US$) at the following fuel stations across the country: Lorraine, Groombridge, Pendennis, Valley (all in Harare), Macs Garage (Bulawayo), Oasis (Beitbridge), Palmerstone (Mutare) and Zambezi (Victoria Falls). All eight locations are DFI (direkt fuel imports) service stations, which means these sites are likely to have guaranteed fuel supplies.
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