Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mangudya ZIMBABWE this week experienced widespread fuel shortages, which threatened to push the country down a slippery slope to levels reminiscent of a pre-dollarisation crisis that ruined the economy and forced government to ditch the defenceless local currency in 2009. This was despite the central bank claiming it had increased foreign currency allocation for fuel imports from $7 million to $10 million weekly. Most fuel stations in the capital ran out of either diesel or petrol since last week, an assessment of the situation by The Financial Gazette revealed. A correspondent from Bulawayo said most fuel stations in the city had run out of fuel, but indicated that shortages had…