Bulawayo metropolitan province has established a multi-stakeholder task force which includes security services sector, the business sector, Bulawayo think tanks and other interested groups which shall act as a watchdog on the way business people and fuel garages do business with a view to weed out errant players.

Addressing members of the media in her office on Tuesday, the Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan Province, Cde Judith Ncube says the taskforce which also includes the transporters associations operating in the city have identified garages where commuter omnibuses will get fuel without hindrances, while pegging bus fares at 75 cents per trip down from a dollar charged by some operators.