Kariba power generation remains constrained

ELECTRICITY generation at Kariba Hydropower Station remains constrained despite the dam level rising by 97 centimetres between January and March this

Eskom confirms that Zimbabwe has paid off all its debts

Eskom spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha confirmed that Zimbabwe has paid off all its debts. He said Zimbabwe had settled its historical obli

Hwange 7 & 8's first 300 megawatts to come on stream by October 2021

SINOHYDRO, the main contractor executing the Hwange 7 and 8 power expansion, says the project is 40 percent complete.The US$1,1 billion ventur

ZESA rolling out US$500 million solar projects

Power utility, Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA Holdings), in a move aimed at switching from hydro and thermal sources of electricity to so

Transformer project poised to end Zimbabwe's power outages

A PROJECT by the country's top technology institute is to save Zimbabwe scarce foreign currency used on power imports as well as halt incessant power

Zesa's US$500m plan to end load-shedding

Zesa has cobbled up a US$500 million plan to end rolling electricity cuts by building solar power plants across the country in partnership with privat

Fuel service station operators cry foul

ENERGY and Power Development Minister Advocate Fortune Chasi has expressed dismay over allegations by small petroleum players in Matabeleland that the

Load-shedding to go by June, claims Zesa

LOAD-SHEDDING is expected to significantly ease within the next three months as the country is close to settling its debt with South Africa's Eskom -

Zesa cuts Eskom debt to US$4m

LOAD-SHEDDING is expected to significantly ease within the next three months as Zimbabwe is close to settling its debt with South Africa's Eskom - one

High Court orders Zera to suspend licensing fees hike

The High Court has ordered the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) to suspend its new licensing requirements for fuel companies after a succes

Fuel players challenge licence fees hike

THE Indigenous Petroleum Association of Zimbabwe (Ipaz) has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court seeking to interdict the Zimbabwe En

US$24m for fuel

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has released US$23,89 million for the purchase of fuel to be sold in local currency for the week March 16 to 22. RB

'30-year jail for Zesa property vandalism'

THE government is pushing for a mandatory 30-year jail sentence for people found guilty of vandalising electricity infrastructure to curb the vice, En

Zera elbows out small petroleum players

Zimbabwe's energy regulator has announced stringent regulations for the petroleum sector that could elbow out new entrants amid concerns that this cou

Zesa to load shedding by mid-year

ZESA has assured the nation that the prevailing load shedding will come to an end by mid-year as the country's power utility has embarked on ambitious

Surge in transformer thefts alarming

Six suspected thieves of Zesa transformers, accessories and cables were arrested recently, with the first now in the early days of his mandatory 10-ye

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