By Michelle Dzvova
Government is engaging captains of industry to find ways from protecting consumers from price hikes following adjustments in the price of fuel. Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers president Mr Denford Mutashu urged Zimbabweans to give dialogue a chance before resorting to violence.
Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce chief executive officer Mr Chris Mugaga said the business sector remains hopeful that the ongoing engagements will be fruitful.
Meanwhile the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) is holding meetings with key stakeholders in the country following demonstrations against fuel price increases and the general cost of living.
NPRC spokesperson Reverend Charles Masunungure told Star FM News that there is need for national dialogue to resolve the crisis.
Tehilar Christian Network founder and president Reverend Sam Malunga said the christian community has a moral obligation to pray for peace and ensure that no one gets hurt during the ongoing situation.
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