ZESA Increases Electricity Tariffs By 50 Per Cent, Again

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of ZESA Holdings, has increased electricity tariffs by 50 per cent with effect from 1 November 2020. The company said in a statement:

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has adjusted the electricity tariffs by 50%.

This is in accordance with the Tariff Award of 2 October 2019, which approved the implementation of monthly tariff indexation formula for changes above 10%.

Below are the tariffs in ZWL that will be applicable effective 1 November 2020 for domestic metered customers:

  • 1st 50 kWh – ZWL$1.67
  • 51 to 200 kWh – ZWL$3.65
  • 201 to 300 kWh – ZWL$9.92
  • Balance – ZWL$15.57

ZETDC increased electricity tariffs by 50 per cent on 23rd September, then by another 50 per cent on 1 October and again, by 50 per cent today.

Download the ZETDC Tariff Leaflet here

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3 comments on “ZESA Increases Electricity Tariffs By 50 Per Cent, Again

    1. Varakashi (Zanupf Troller), always celebrating the stupidiest nonsense. Prices are skyrocketing in shops and yet you fools are being sent out to churn out nonsense online and claim that the illegitimate regime has ‘arrested’ inflation.

      Grow a fricking head. zanupf ONLY arrested the exchange rate…NOT inflation!

      And if you are not quite sure what that means, go back and do your homework again before you troll brainlessly!

  1. Sounds like more “Mercs & Perks” are needed by the brass, as well as raiding power from those lucky enough to have solar systems! Mind you, with the incompetence recently voted in, it’s not surprising this has happened. Inflation is already in warp drive and there’s no sign of it being bought under control. A competent govt in place, and this wouldn’t happen.

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