Power to the people: President ED Mnangagwa delivers on promise


Zimbabweans can finally say goodbye to the days of constant power outages thanks to President Mnangagwa’s efforts to improve the country’s energy supply. With the country’s rapid industrialisation, the energy deficit has been a significant challenge for Zimbabwe, but investments in power sources like Hwange Units 7 and 8 and hydro-electricity projects have helped the country become energy self-sufficient.

The benefits of this improvement in power generation can be seen across industries, with utilisation rates standing at over 70 percent and record-breaking wheat harvests supporting food security and exports. Additionally, the mining sector is thriving, inching towards becoming a $12 billion industry from the previous $2.8 billion.

President Mnangagwa’s vision to make Zimbabwe energy self-sufficient is evident in the government’s efforts to invest in long-term solutions such as the Batoka Gorge hydropower station. The country’s commitment to infrastructure development has also been a priority, with a total of 6,869 projects implemented across the country.

Zimbabweans are thrilled with the country’s progress, with residents praising the consistent and abundant power supply. However, some have expressed concerns about the affordability of electricity tariffs and the need for upgrades to the token system.

Overall, Zimbabwe’s energy transformation is a testament to the country’s determination to uplift the livelihoods of its citizens and foster growth in all sectors of the economy.

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