A Ray Of Hope For Zimbabwe’s Ailing SME Sector As India Donates Machinery Worth Millions

For the better part of the year, Zimbabwean SMEs have operated under very tough conditions. Most entrepreneurs have had to

Zimbabwe Pays USD 10 Mn To Mozambique’s HCB In A Bid To Unlock More Electricity Imports

Zimbabwe’s Deputy Energy Minister Mrs. Magna Mudyiwa has disclosed that the government has paid USD 10 Mn to Mozambique’s Hidroeléctrica

Zimbabwe lands Major Investment Deal From Indian Bank To Curb Power Crisis

Zimbabwe has received a USD 42 Mn investment from Exim Bank of India which will be used to improve power

Zimbabwe Will Now Get Power Supply From Eskom-But Under These Conditions

The government of Zimbabwe has finally reached an agreement with South Africa’s power utility Eskom on the way forward for


Going Backwards? Zimbabwe’s Biggest Cellphone Operator Forced To Use Batteries In Its Operations

While the rest of the world embraces renewable energy to boost electrification and mitigate climate change, Zimbabwe’s economic woes push

Power Cuts Cost Zimbabwe A Staggering USD 200 Mn Per Week

Pressure has been mounted on the government of Zimbabwe to declare the current power crisis a state of emergency. The

Government Revises Policy To Tackle Worsening Power Crisis Amid Concerns Of Zimbabweans Working At Night

Zimbabwe is currently experiencing some of its worst power outages as water levels drop at hydro-power production at Kariba Dam,