Zimbabwe Approaches South Africa for More More Power Supplies

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Zimbabwe Approaches South Africa for More More Power Supplies
Zimbabwe Approaches South Africa for More More Power Supplies

Zimbabwe, which is experiencing massive load-shedding, is making frantic efforts to secure power supplies from neighbouring countries despite it owing foreign power utilities. It is pinning most of its hopes on South Africa and neighbouring Mozambique.

President Emmerson Mnangagwa met his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa, over the biting issue of power shortage in Zimbabwe. Mnangagwa confirmed the meeting at the weekend as he addressed residents in Domboshava, 27 kilometres north of the capital Harare.

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