ZESA Owes Eskom US$24 Million In Outstanding Payments

South Africa’s power utility, Eskom, is owed R632m in outstanding payments by Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa Holdings), Electricidade de Moçambique (EDM) and Zambian state-owned power company Zesco.

This was revealed by South Africa’s public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan in response to a question posed by Democratic Alliance chief whip Natasha Mazzone in Parliament.

Here is how much the three regional state-owned power utilities owe Eskom each:

  • ZESA – R322m
  • EDM – R221m
  • ZESCO – R89m

More: TimesLive


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3 comments on “ZESA Owes Eskom US$24 Million In Outstanding Payments

  1. Chasi will have his bollions in bond notes frim the draconian pricing structure he introduced which has forced all the chrome smelters in gweru to shut down and still not be able to settle this debt. Talk about shooting onself in the foot. The same companies that bring the much needed forex are now out of operation. The problem was never low or cheap electricity. The problem is at Mthuli house..NO FOREX IN ZIM

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