Government has made arrangements which will see the country's 18-hour load shedding schedule relaxed a bit to allow citizens to enjoy the necessity for much longer periods, according to finance ministry secretary, George Guvamatanga.
Power Cuts Set to Ease Beginning This Week - Govt
New Zimbabwe, 6 August 2019
FINANCE Ministry secretary, George Guvamatanga says electricity supplies are set to improve this week following a number of import related measures put into place by government. Read more »
Can Tariff Hike Improve Electricity Situation?
The Herald, 5 August 2019
One of the greatest tricks Zesa Holdings ever pulled was convincing the Zimbabwean people that the power utility is a victim of poor pricing. But that is not entirely accurate. Read more »
Govt Hikes Electricity Tariffs By More Than 200%
New Zimbabwe, 1 August 2019
Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube has more than doubled electricity tariffs for ordinary consumers with more than 200 percent effective immediately. Read more »
Power Cuts - Govt Orders Sparing of Water, Sewerage Pumping
New Zimbabwe, 5 August 2019
GOVERNMENT has directed power utility, ZESA to spare water pumping stations of the current power outages in order to avoid a health related disaster in the country's urban areas. Read more »
Electricity Supplies Expected to Improve
The Herald, 31 July 2019
Electricity supplies are expected to improve significantly following a payment plan that was agreed on by Zimbabwe and South African power utility, Eskom, coupled with a US$2… Read more »
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 ... Read more »
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 »
In a project that could help Harare in sprucing up its image while at the same time providing residents with decent transport, a Chinese company has approached Harare City Council ... Read more »
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