Harare - The Zimbabwe fuel crisis that culminated in deadly protests when government hiked prices is fast returning to normal.
Long winding queues seen over the festive holidays have all but disappeared with most garages able to service motorists.
Blessing Shumba, a petrol attendant in Harare's Belvedere suburb said the supplies were back to normal.
"Petrol and diesel are now readily available. I do not know whether it is because of the price increases,"he said.
The country was plunged into violent demonstrations on January 14, a day after President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced a 150% petrol and and diesel hike.