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Power crisis: Govt blames consumers

“It is a company that is supposed to run on its own just like any other company, it is supposed to buy equipment and vehicles which are used when attending to faults,” Mudyiwa said.

Worsening power cuts crippling irrigation-fed farming activities

There is no doubt that watering at night, when power usually returns; saves moisture for the farmers, but the truth is that night shifts have often been disastrous.

Candid Comment: Power cuts biggest setback to development

Energy and Power Development minister Zhemu Soda has failed to calm market jitters.
By Brian Chitemba 18h ago

Power cuts spell doom on jobs

ZRA chief executive officer Munyaradzi Munodawafa told ZPC that generation would be suspended until January 2023.
By Kudzai Kuwaza 20h ago

Industry reels under power cuts

Denford Mutashu told the Independent that retailers have responded to the new cost of having to deal with power cuts by instituting marginal price increases.
By Tatira Zwinoira 20h ago

‘We’ll disconnect houses from power grid’

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said households may be disconnected from the national electricity grid in response to the crippling energy crisis.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 5, 2022

Editorial Comment: Power crisis could have been avoided

As of yesterday, ZPC was only generating 200 megawatts of electricity at Kariba.
By The Standard Dec. 4, 2022

No funding for power imports: Minister

Zhemu revealed this after hopes to import more power from Zambia were dampened with the neighbouring country introducing a six-hour daily load-shedding regime starting on December 15.
By Staff Reporters Dec. 3, 2022

Power crisis exposes bureaucrats’ incompetency

ZRA chief executive Munyaradzi Munodawafa told ZPC as early as January this year that generation would be suspended until January 2023 to allow for the lake to fill up.
By Newsday Dec. 3, 2022