‘Systems disturbance hits Hwange Power Station’

Power utility Zesa Holdings says a system disturbance at the Hwange Thermal Power Station
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Mar. 13, 2024

US$3bn investment underlines coal boom

Muchesu Coal Mine began production last year following a US$20 million investment.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 2, 2024

Hwange Colliery pays off US$350m debt

The Colliery runs a direct conveyor belt from its coalfields in Matabeleland North, to the State-controlled Hwange Thermal Power Station a few kilometres east.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 15, 2023

Powers cuts, high tarrifs weigh down Zim mines

Zimbabwe’s electricity shortages have been worsened by constant breakdowns at the Hwange Thermal Power Station and low water levels at Kariba Dam.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 19, 2023

Association of Mines Managers of Zimbabwe annual conference kicks off

This comes as power cuts continue to negatively impact on the miners’ ability to continue operations or to scale up the production of their minerals.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 16, 2023

Zimbabwe’s Look East Policy bears fruit as Chinese investments spike

China is now the biggest source of investments for Zimbabwe’s agriculture, mining and informal sectors of the economy. It is also this Harare’s third largest trading partner.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 12, 2023

Sanctions must stay: ED

Mnangagwa made the remarks at Hwange Stadium during the commissioning of Hwange Thermal Power Station’s Units 7 and 8.
By Nizbert Moyo Aug. 4, 2023

In-Depth Interview: ‘Zim may begin power exports’

But that demand is being met, and we hope if we get better rains next year, we will have much room to export or reduce our imports.
By Freeman Makopa Jul. 7, 2023

Parly letting us down on power situation

From the look of things, the plant’s performance appears to be now worse than before its rehabilitation.
By Newsday Apr. 26, 2023