Vumbachikwe mine clashes with creditors

Vumbachikwe Mine reportedly owes various creditors, including workers, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority and Zesa Holdings more than US$10 million.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 9, 2024

Zesa clinches 300MW solar energy deal

Moyo said the solar energy project was a step forward in government’s efforts to combat climate change and reduce carbon emissions to ensure a sustainable planet for future generations.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 19, 2024

Zesa receives solar kits from Unesco

Unesco country director Ms Nisha said integration of renewable energy sources was key in combating climate change.
By Desmond Chingarande Apr. 12, 2024

Zent eyes solar energy market

Godfrey Mugaviri, managing director of Zent, told the Zimbabwe Independent that the plant will guarantee that all Zimbabweans have access to power and help to improve security of supply.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 5, 2024

We’re struggling to clear debts: Zesa

The power utility is importing almost 200 megawatts (MW) at a cost of US$18,5 million.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 20, 2024

Zesa smart meter tender challenge dismissed

Denallare Technologies, in its application for condonation to appeal to the Supreme Court, cited Praz and Zesa as the first and second respondent respectively.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 19, 2024

‘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

State of the power sector

In Gokwe North, the coal fields of Senga are tipped to supply input (energy feedstock) for the proposed Gokwe North Thermal Power Station.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 8, 2024

We are now under black market ‘rule’

There seems to be a deterioration of this problem, while law enforcement agencies and the entire government bury their head in the sand as if nothing serious is taking place.
By Theindependent1 Feb. 9, 2024