Energy

  • Revamp of energy sector on books

    Refurbished roads, e-passports in 7 days, increased manufacturing and mining activities has left households in the dark. Zimbabwe’s road to economic recovery has had unprecedented side effects with power-cuts making the top of the list.  This has been one of the ills that have plagued the nation for years and 2022 was no better. Power-cuts for up to 19 hours…

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  • FUEL PRICE HIKE: WHY THE GOVERNMENT WILL NOT INTRODUCE SUBSIDIES 

    By Staff Reporter Everyone has an opinion concerning the fuel price situation. I imagine it’s only natural given that it is the first time that price of the commodity has gone up twice within a 3 day period. I have been listening to conversations around me and in typical Zimbo fashion, everyone is suddenly an expert on energy, with some…

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  • MORE FUEL STATIONS TO SELL IN LOCAL CURRENCY 

    By Staff Reporter The government says it is implementing structures to increase the amount of fuel stations that offer the commodity in Zimbabwe dollars. Speaking during a Senate Question and Answer Session, at the Parliament Building in Harare, Deputy Minister of Energy and Power Development, Honourable Magna Mudyiwa said government has made it a priority for fuel in the local…

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  • POWER GENERATION TO IMPROVE THIS MONTH

    By Staff Reporter The Zimbabwe River Authority Chief Executive, Engineer Munyaradzi Munodawafa says power generation in the country is set to improve after the 25th of this month. In a statement, Engineer Munodawafa said the Kariba Dam rehabilitation project is on course with some specific works which will improve power generation in Zimbabwe and Zambia set to be completed next…

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  • Zimbabwe’s continued stance on climate change

    By Tadiwa Jery Climate change has been a topic that has been discussed by almost every nation in the world. With changes in the environment and weather, the matter has become critical. Every country now needs to participate in protecting all humankind from meteorological disasters.  According to the Global Climate Risk Index 2021 publication, Zimbabwe was one of the three…

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  • Continued attention to climate crisis imperative

    Climate change is a worldwide issue in the modern age and should continue to be addressed before it is beyond control, Zimbabwe has not been spared and the Government pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to avert catastrophic impacts of climate change. Before the end of the century, climate change will lead to temperature rise of about 3 degrees celsius…

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