Drama as man gets arrested during court proceedings
He was also ordered to pay 50% as school fees for his two minor children and he never did.
By Rejoice Phiri May. 24, 2023
Zim: When bureaucracy fails
Zimbabwe has a shortage of these men and women and it’s seen in the elementary mistakes in the Office of the Presidency.
By Paidamoyo Muzulu May. 13, 2023
Zesa engages ZRA for more water
Manyaya said this is a big jump from the previous months when the country was generating less than 700 megawatts (MW), triggering rolling power outages.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 26, 2023
In the groove: How Zesa is affecting musicians
Authorities keep telling us that Zimbabwe is open for business, but who would dare to come and invest here if there is no electricity?
By Fred Zindi Apr. 23, 2023
Renewable Energy Conference begins
AMH CEO Kenias Mafukidze described this year’s conference theme as illustrating the path Zimbabwe, the region and the entire world must take to ensure a cleaner future for future generations.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 22, 2023
Financial woes weigh down Zesa subsidiary
Reports indicate that Zent requires about US$7,2 million per year to produce between 250 and 300 transformers every month.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Mar. 22, 2023
Zim mulls energy efficiency policy
Saving electricity has become an important issue in the country, given the rolling blackouts across markets since the end of last year.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 17, 2023
Zambia threatens to switch off Zesa
Zimbabwe also owes over US$100 million to other regional players that are also threatening to cut off power to the economically-troubled southern African nation.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 14, 2023
Gwanda villagers take on Zesa
Gwanda villager, Nozithelo Ndlovu said: “It’s all a lie, not a single thing has been done. ZETDC is just trying to present themselves in a good light, but in reality things are different,” she said.
By ZANELE NDLOVU Mar. 13, 2023
Faz is misleading Zanu PF