Bulk domestic electricity users to pay more

DOMESTIC electricity consumers who use more than 50 KWh of electricity every month will be required to pay more for the extra units as Zesa has implem

Tesla relaunches solar-panel business

Tesla Inc. has another new plan to revive its foundering solar division: rentals.The Palo Alto, California-based company is now offering no-co

Zimbabwe eyes 400MW from Mozambique

GOVERNMENT will this week dispatch a high-powered team of experts to Mozambique to negotiate for more electricity imports from Hydro Cahora Bassa as a

Zimbabwe power producers told to step up or ship out

Government has begun issuing show-cause orders to some holders of power generation projects that are yet to be implemented. This was said by I

Zesa scales down load-shedding

Zesa Holdings has downgraded load-shedding from Stage Two to Stage One after it started receiving 400MW from Eskom of South Africa last Thursday, an o

Zesa eases power cuts

IN A rare piece of good news for long-suffering Zimbabweans, under-fire power utility Zesa announced yesterday that it would relax its load shedding s

Zera warns fuel service stations selling in US$

OVER 10 fuel service stations in Bulawayo and Zvishavane have been warned by the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) to stop selling fuel in f

Eskom begins 400MW power supply to Zimbabwe

Eskom began exports of 400 megawatts into Zimbabwe on Friday, easing a protracted power crisis characterized by daily outages lasting up to 18 hours.

Zesa disconnects rogue customers

ZESA Holdings has embarked on a national blitz to disconnect all households illegally connected to the grid.The operation comes after ZESA Hol

Zesa connections stall tungsten, tantalum projects

Diversified mining group, Premier African Minerals Plc, says delays in connecting to Zimbabwe's electricity grid has stalled its key projects in the c

Zimbabwe fuel price seen rising weekly

ZIMBABWE Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) chief executive Eddington Mazambani yesterday said it would be difficult to keep fuel prices stagnant give

9 Zim men arrested for possession of mobile network tower batteries

POLICE in Botswana have confirmed the arrest of nine Zimbabwean males and a Motswana in that country on Tuesday morning after the suspects were found

Zera to impose price controls on LP gas

ZIMBABWE Energy Regulation Authority (Zera) will soon impose price controls on cooking gas in a bid to contain fuel costs for households.The d

Zimbabwe to pay Eskom US$890 000 weekly

Government has concluded negotiations with South Africa's power utility, Eskom, that will see the country receiving 400MW of electricity while paying

Kariba set to stop power generation by October

Imports are the only short-term solution to ending Zimbabwe's power crisis as receding water levels at the main hydro-power plant continue to curtail

Zimbabwe secures more electricity imports to ease outages

Zimbabwe will ramp up its electricity imports over the next few weeks, potentially easing rolling power cuts, after it agreed to make payments to clea

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