Could a New Eskom Deal Ease Zimbabwe's Energy Troubles?
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has held bilateral talks with South African leader Cyril Ramaphosa to find lasting solutions to Zimbabwe's power crisis. This comes after the government paid U.S.$10 million to reduce the debt owed by the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority to South African energy utility Eskom. Mnangagwa also says Mozambique is ready to assist Zimbabwe with increased supplies of electricity from Cahora Bassa.
Mnangagwa, Ramaphosa in Energy Talks, New Eskom Deal On Cards
The Herald, 8 July 2019
President Mnangagwa yesterday held successful bilateral talks here with his South African counterpart, President Cyril Ramaphosa, to find lasting solutions to Zimbabwe's power… Read more »
Mozambique, Zimbabwe Power Deal Done - Mnangagwa
The Herald, 9 July 2019
Mozambique is ready to assist Zimbabwe with increased supplies of electricity from Cahora Bassa, the President has said. Read more »
Power Crisis - Mnangagwa to Meet Ramaphosa
The Herald, 6 July 2019
President Mnangagwa is tomorrow expected to meet his South African counterpart, President Cyril Ramaphosa, to discuss whether Zimbabwe's neighbour can export more electricity here… Read more »
Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Cyril Ramaphosa (file photo).
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 ... Read more »