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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...

‘In September, all this was virgin bush’: Premier African Minerals completes new Zimbabwe lithium...

Premier African Minerals reports it has finished building a lithium processing pilot plant at its Zulu Mine at Fort Rixon and expects to start production of spodumene...

ABSA, Standard Bank agree US$193m funding deal to build new Zimbabwe hospitals

Zimbabwe is to raise US$193 million in offshore lending to implement a 2019 agreement with UK infrastructure company NMS for the construction of hospitals and clinics in...

A 1000MW solar plant floating on Lake Kariba: China Energy’s ambitious plan

China Energy Engineering Corporation has proposed the construction of a 1000MW floating solar plant on Kariba dam at a cost of nearly US$1 billion. 

Top banks agree to lend US$130m for Karo Platinum mine expansion

Tharisa, the JSE-listed miner currently building the Karo Platinum mine in Zimbabwe, says it has raised US$130 million in a debt facility secured by production.

France’s HDF Energy to start building Zimbabwe’s first ever hydrogen plant in 2024

French independent power producer HDF Energy plans to build Zimbabwe’s first green hydrogen energy plant in 2024 under an agreement with power utility ZETDC.

Simbisa revenue will grow 25% to US$290m in FY23 on aggressive expansion, says broker

Rapid expansion and higher customer counts will drive Simbisa’s revenue up by 25% and deliver a 20% growth in profits this year, analysts at IH Securities say.