“Yes, Zimbabwe has finished paying off its debt,” she said.
“Hard to believe but Eskom has, in fact now been paid off. Eskom was paid the last US$890 000,00 for imports during this week. This means Zesa can now negotiate for additional supplies if available. Attention now turns to HCB (Mozambique),” Chasi wrote on Twitter.
Power cuts can last up to 18 hours daily after a drought reduced Lake Kariba’s water levels and as frequent plant breakdowns occur at the thermal power station in Hwange.
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