No End in Sight for Zimbabwe's Load Shedding Woes

Zimbabweans, already reeling from severe cash shortages, high inflation and a prolonged economic crisis, now have access to power for only four to six hours a day - mostly in the dead of the night. The power cuts reflect badly on President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration, whose Zanu-PF party was re-elected on promises to end load shedding.

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