Net metering is good, but…

Under the net metering programme, households and companies that generate excess solar power at their respective locations can feed the energy back into the national grid through a grid-tied convertor.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 1, 2024

Vandals keep police on their toes

Cases of vandalism and theft of public infrastructure are on the increase despite a 10-year mandatory 10-year jail term imposed by the justice system.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Feb. 19, 2024

Burglar jailed 10 years for cable theft

Chimbambo, the ZETDC loss control officer, was called and confirmed that the property belonged to the power company.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 24, 2024

Repetitive strain injury: A modern workplace epidemic

John's story is just one example of how RSI can impact individuals in various professions, highlighting the need for greater awareness and prevention measures.
By Agripa Nyahuma Dec. 15, 2023

More Zesa tariff increases loom

This comes as ZETDC reported that the utility had lost about US$3 billion during the past quarter century.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 7, 2023

ZETDC in the red: AG

ZETDC was also advised to consider coming up with a payment system that can be interfaced with banks.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 31, 2023

Bankruptcies loom as crises hit mines

He said in the absence of swift action, waves of closures may not be ruled out.
By Shame Makoshori and Freeman Makopa Oct. 13, 2023

Zesa loses US$3b in 25 years over low tariffs

ZETDC, the distribution arm of power utility firm Zesa Holdings, is reeling under massive losses because of the low tariffs.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Oct. 8, 2023

Zesa drowns in debt

Hwange Units 7 & 8, well-placed sources said, were constructed on a contract based in US dollars, and private foreign investment was utilised to finance the expansion project.
By Blessed Ndlovu and Belinda Chiroodza Oct. 1, 2023