ZESA power tariffs

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    ZESA owed $15 billion in unpaid electricity bills

    The Government has directed Zesa Holdings to immediately institute measures to recover $15 billion it is owed by its clients in unpaid electricity bills. Under the directive only paying customers should get power. Energy and Power Development Acting Minister, Jenfan Muswere said all electricity consumers must be placed on smart meters to ensure maximum revenue collection and ensure that the…

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    ZESA switches off Harare City Council over $1bn debt

    MORE than three million people in Harare Metropolitan province spent two days with dry taps as Zesa Holdings switched off power to Harare’s major supplying water treatment, Morton Jaffray over a debt of more than $1 billion. Morton Jaffray water treatment plant feeds Harare, Chitungwiza, Norton, Ruwa and Epworth local authorities and stopped operating on Thursday midday when Zesa pulled…

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    ZESA tariffs will continue going up: Minister

    ELECTRICITY tariffs will continue to be reviewed in line with inflation and exchange rate movements until they reflect the cost of production, a Cabinet Minister has said. Last month, Zesa effected a 30 percent power tariff hike for its prepaid customers, with the cost of the 200-unit package used by many households rising from $870 to $1 127. The power…

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