Party supporters seek Mwonzora’s arrest

Nyathi also revealed that some members had reported a case against Mwonzora to the police.
By Sydney Kawadza and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Nov. 27, 2023

ZESA storms MDC’s Harvest House

Zesa last year launched “Operation Musabe Magetsi” targeted at individuals and entities that were not paying for electricity in Zimbabwe.
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 22, 2023

Fire breaks out at Tongaat sugar mill

Delia Garwe, head corporate and industry affairs at Tongaat Hulett, said the fire caused damage and the mill was briefly shut down.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 20, 2023

Powers cuts, high tarrifs weigh down Zim mines

Zimbabwe’s electricity shortages have been worsened by constant breakdowns at the Hwange Thermal Power Station and low water levels at Kariba Dam.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 19, 2023

3 in court over copper cable theft

According to Zesa Holdings, between January and June this year, the company recorded 777 cases of vandalism and theftof its infrastructure valued at US$1 million.
By Jerssie Mpofu Nov. 15, 2023

Rural electrification project suffers setback

The fund is meant to facilitate rapid and equitable electrification of all rural areas.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 14, 2023

Power crisis needs lasting solution

Beyond the economic implications, the power cuts have taken a toll on the lives of ordinary Zimbabweans.
By Newsday Nov. 11, 2023

Zesa loses US$20k to embezzlement

In January 2018, Wagusiwa allegedly advertised on social media that he was selling electricity tokens, and 242 clients purchased the tokens.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Nov. 10, 2023

Talk is cheap when power crisis persists

When we talk of ground-breaking initiatives, this is exactly what we mean.
By Newsday Nov. 9, 2023