‘We’re fed up with water crisis’
The Bulawayo City Council on Wednesday blamed rolling poweroutages for disrupting pumping at its water works, which it says has worsened the water crisis in the city.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU 1h ago
Zesa mulls US$4bn gas-fired plant
In a separate prospectus sent to investors this week, Invictus said it had secured firm offtake agreements for its gas.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 24, 2023
Power cuts constrain BCC water pumping
We pump water eight to 10 hours per day, instead 24 hours and this has resulted in the city not having enough to meet the current water demand,” Bulawayo Town Clerk, Christopher Dube said.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Mar. 23, 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
Muckracker: Scramble for the gravy train begins
Candidates jostling to join the feeding trough were shocked this week when Mike Bimha, the most boring Zanu PF commissar ever appointed, announced a list of dos and don’ts this week.
By Muckracker Mar. 17, 2023
‘Zesa, BCC must jointly own Byo Power Station’
Residents and business operators want the shareholding structure of the power station to be revised.
By ZANELE NDLOVU Mar. 14, 2023
Aged Hwange power station complicates load-shedding plans
Soda was responding to legislators in the National Assembly who wanted to know why Zesa had stopped issuing load-shedding schedules.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 9, 2023
Seke’s power curse: As two plants turn into white elephants
“The deal wasn’t sustainable at all, it was expensive. It is no longer a secret that the project was an over ambitious one and that it is dead and buried."
By Jairos Saunyama Mar. 6, 2023
Licensed copper dealers behind cable thefs: Zesa
Some of the power infrastructure targeted by vandals include conductors, poles, transformers and pylons, which are used to make boats and water tanks.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Feb. 17, 2023