Harare — Zimbabwe’s energy regulator has raised petrol and diesel prices by up to 16%, the fourth increase in 2019, after the finance minister said fuel was considerably cheaper than in neighbouring countries.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced the biggest fuel price hike in January, a 150% increase, which sparked deadly protests by financially struggling Zimbaweans that left more than a dozen people dead after an army clampdown...

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