Zesa Notice of power interruption from 0800-1800, on Tuesday and Wednesday

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ZIMBABWE ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
HARARE REGION

NOTICE TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS 

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company, a subsidiary of ZESA Holdings, would like to notify its valued customers of a supply interruption on Tuesday, 22nd and Wednesday, 23rd August 2017 from 0800 – 1800 hrs (both days) for the purpose of carrying out critical maintenance works.

Below is a list of the areas which will be affected: Borrowdale central. Borrowdale west, Part of Vainona, Rolf Valley, Chisipite, Valentine Park, Mt Pleasant, Arundel office Park. Mt Pleasant business park, Ryelands. Helensvale, Helensvale Shopping Centre, Philadelphia. Hogerty Hill. Brook view, Hatcliffe, Arda Nijo, Sally Mugabe Heights, Mabvuku, Tafara. Domboshava Road, Pomona Area, Guild ford farms, Rumbavu Park, Kambanji, Gletwyn farm, Drew road, Gaydon road, Glenlorne. Umwinsdale, Chishawasha Hills, Spring Heights, Huntersmoon, Luna, Greystone Park, Folyjon Crescent, Zimre Park, Ruwa Industry, Ruwa residential areas, Damafalls, Windsor park, Goromonzi, New Martins Thorpe, Mandara, Chikurubi, ZRP Support unit, Athlone, Letombo, pumps, Amby, Msasa Industry, Greengrove, Greendale, Greendale north, Chisipite, The Grange.

Customers are advised to treat all circuits as live during this period.

Any inconvenience caused is sincerely regretted.
Eng. P. Nyandiya

The Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority Holdings is the country's biggest power producer and regulating company. It operates under the Ministry and Energy and Power Development and it runs a number of subsidiary companies with various specialities in power regulation and communications. Read More

Harare formerly Salisbury is the capital of Zimbabwe. It is the seat of Government, the industrial hub and commercial centre for Zimbabwe. The city was founded by the Cecil John Rhodes-led Pioneer Column in 1890 and named Salisbury. The name was only changed to Harare in 1982 a name borrowed from the regional chief Neharawa of the Kopje area where the city stands. The city's favourable climate earned it the name 'Sunshine City'. Read More



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