Tanzanians queuing for fuel
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Oil chaos leaves Tanzanians short of fuel

Thousands of Tanzanians are left queuing for hours in the hope of getting their hands on fuel in the few petrol stations open for business.

For the past week, there has been a boycott by oil marketers, unhappy with the reduction of retail pump prices enforced by the Tanzanian government.

Hassan Mhelela reports.

  • 12 Aug 2011
  • From the section Africa
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