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Perspectives: Zunde raMambo concept and the economic growth formula

Mugano’s thought provoking admission and lamentation should ignite introspection.
By Tapiwa Obert Nyandoro Apr. 23, 2023

Zesa, Eskom frustrating free market philosophy

The only reason why Zesa and Eskom executives and their suppliers are not in prison is because they are protected from prosecution by those that benefit from corruption.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Mar. 30, 2023

Letter from America: SA competes with Zim on doing ‘stupidest’ things!

At the time of their independence (1994) South Africa boasted of the best airline in Africa, a competitor to the emerging Ethiopian Airlines, with 135 planes in its name.
By Kenneth Mufuka Mar. 19, 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

Fall of the rand emblematic of SA’s economic malaise

The last time the rand was at these levels, there were no rolling power cuts.
By Edd Stoddard Mar. 10, 2023

Telecoms giants walk tight rope amid power crisis

Both South Africa and Zambia have been suffering daily hours-long electricity outages. 
By Farai Shawn Matiashe Feb. 3, 2023

South Africa faces legal action over power crisis

They have given the government up to Friday to stabilise electricity supply or face legal action for contravening its duty to provide electricity.
By Bbc News Jan. 17, 2023

South African rand dives after president cancels Davos trip over energy crisis

The South African rand traded at 17.065 against the U.S. dollar at 0930 GMT, 1.29% weaker than its previous close and its weakest level since Dec. 1.
By Reuters Jan. 16, 2023

South Africa: Eskom Chief De Ruyter Resigns

The chairperson of the Eskom board has already been informed of André de Ruyter's decision.
By News24 Dec. 14, 2022