Zimbabwe Power Utility Pursues Tariff Hikes in Court

The electricity supply authority has taken its tariff increases fight to the Supreme Court as it seeks to reverse a previous judgement against the hikes.
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Electricity pylons.

  • Zimbabwe:  ZETDC Seeks Tariff Increase

    The Herald, 14 November 2012

    ZIMBABWE Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company, a subsidiary of Zesa Holdings, has applied for a tariff increase, a few days after the Administrative Court nullified an... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Authority Decries Ruling On Electricity Tariffs

    The Herald, 13 November 2012

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  • Zimbabwe:  Residents' Associations Threaten to Sue Zesa Over Inflated Bills

    Zimbabwe Standard, 11 November 2012

    Residents' associations in Harare have threatened to sue the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) should it fail to refund consumers it has been overcharging since last... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  'Zesa Charges Illegal'

    The Herald, 6 November 2012

    THE nullification of the Zimbabwe Electricity Regulatory Authority's 31 percent electricity tariff hike gives consumers the green light to sue for over-billing, legal experts have... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  CZI Contests Zesa Tariffs

    The Herald, 5 November 2012

    The power tariff increase by Zesa Holdings last year was "illegal" as the due process was not followed in setting the existing tariff, the Administrative Court heard last week. The... read more »