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No extra power until you pay US$80m arrears, neighbours tell Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe needs to raise US$80 million to clear arrears with its regional electricity suppliers before it can ramp up imports to ease a critical power shortage. 
Zimbabwe power crisis

Power struggle: How corruption and poor planning left Zimbabwe in the dark

By Ranga Mberi Zimbabwe’s power utility says the rolling power cuts the country is facing have been caused by low water levels at...

Invictus looks to the future with MoU to supply gas to Eureka gold mine

Invictus Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with gold producer Dallaglio that could see energy company Himoinsa building a gas-to-power plant to supply the Eureka Gold...

Despite low prices and previous doubts, Huayou’s Prospect considers stepping up value addition with...

Prospect Lithium Zimbabwe plans to set up a lithium sulphate plant to comply with local processing rules, despite falling prices slowing down investment globally.

Mthuli’s plea to America: tell banks you’ll no longer punish them for dealing with...

Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube is asking the US government to tell banks that they will no longer be fined for dealing with Zimbabwe. The...
Market stalls dominate Zimbabwe’s retail space (Photographer: Cynthia R Matonhodze/Bloomberg)

INSIGHT | How Zimbabwe’s big businesses are losing the fight for dollars

By Ray Ndlovu From the tiny space he rents in the central business district of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second-largest city, Brian Tinotenda can look across...

Mushayavanhu writes to RBZ staff: We have lost the public’s trust. Winning it back...

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor John Mushayavanhu has written to RBZ staff, saying he needs to reform the bank to restore lost public trust. These internal changes,...

Meet the two British aristocrats targeting one of Zimbabwe’s biggest lithium assets

Over drinks back in 2019, two British tycoons, Algy Cluff and Michael Spencer, agreed to set up a company to buy into African resources. They have explored...