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Zimcodd raises more poll worries

It noted that the upcoming elections will be the biggest factor undermining growth.
By Melody Chikono Jan. 20, 2023

ZRA to stiffen penalties on Kariba water use

ZRA Chief Executive, Munyaradzi Munodawafa said the Council of Ministers Resolution needed to be fully implemented to effectively regulate utilisation of water.
By Obert Siamilandu Jan. 13, 2023

Power outages hinder robust health service delivery

The low water level in Kariba Dam was pinpointed as one of the causes of inadequate power generation at the hydropower station.
By Johannes Marisa Dec. 22, 2022

Sadc seeks answers on energy crisis

Murwira said the electricity crisis needed technological solutions as power production capacity and demand had changed since 1996.
By Taurai Mangudhla Dec. 21, 2022

Time to shift paradigm to the circular economy

A circular economy refers to new and innovative approaches which are important to address the current and future challenges being faced by communities and countries as a whole
By Tichakunda K Maposa Dec. 15, 2022

News in depth: Power crisis disrupts urban dwellers’ lives, cripples small businesses

“The meat is almost bad, but it can be consumed,” said Dube.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 11, 2022

Village Rhapsody: Zim’s power crisis calls for bold action against incompetence

According to a recent announcement from Zesa, the nation will endure 16-hour loadshedding.
By Evans Mathanda Dec. 11, 2022

Kariba dam in recession

The Zambezi River flows monitored at Victoria Falls were also receding owing to the close of the 2021/2022 rainfall season.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 1, 2022

Lubimbi villagers relocation set for next year

Moyo said the relocation exercise would affect an estimated 2 500 villagers, and would cost more than US$2 million.
By Patricia Sibanda Oct. 18, 2022