Zimbabwe Braces for Darkness As Govt Fails to Settle Debt

If the cash-strapped authorities don't settle an U.S.$80 million debt to South Africa's electricity utility, Eskom, by the end of May, massive load-shedding could begin.

A Human Rights body has lodged a complaint against the government, power distribution company UMEME, and the Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) over indiscriminate load shedding in public hospitals.

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    Financial Gazette, 13 April 2017

    MY research interest was in finding the Methodist connection with early African nationalism. From South Africa came Enoch Sontonga, a Shangani who bequeathed to us the anthem:… Read more »

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