Leveraging strong corporate governance in parastatals

By offering a safe reporting avenue, organisations encourage accountability and trust.
By Adelaide Chimbarara Apr. 19, 2024

Mpilo plunged into darkness

Ward 2 councillor Adrien Moyo said a transformer feeding from the substation was vandalised.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 21, 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

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

‘Power crisis could cost Zanu PF’

The country has been battling a debilitating power crisis, forcing authorities to impose 22-hour daily power cuts.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Dec. 13, 2022