ZESA Starts Fixing Infrastructure Damaged By Cyclone Idai

ZESA has started fixing the extensive damage caused by Cyclone Idai on its power infrastructure in Manicaland.

ZESA group acting chief executive Patrick Chivaura said areas it will take a bit longer to bring power back to areas such as Chimanimani. In an interview with The Herald last Friday, Chivaura said:

We have total blackouts in Chimanimani; that was the worst affected area and then Mutare and Chipinge. We are already on the ground, correcting the distribution system, which has been affected, replacing the transformers. From my estimation, this week (last week) we might round up Chipinge, probably by the end of the week we should be up and running. Chimanimani might take a little longer because the extent of the damage is quite high.

More: Herald


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 About Zesa

Manicaland is a province which covers largely the eastern highlands and the south eastern plateau of Zimbabwe. Manicaland is one of Zimbabwe's ten administrative provinces. Mutare is the capital of Manicaland province. Read More About Manicaland

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