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ZESA Announces Electricity Tariffs Effective 11 January 2024

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The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of ZESA Holdings, has announced electricity tariffs effective 11 January 2024.

ZETDC said consumers will get the following on their first purchase (domestic tariff):

50 Units / kWh – $35,000.00

100 Units / kWh – $75,000.00

150 Units / kWh – $145,000.00

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200 Units / kWh – $215,000.00

250 Units / kWh – $315,000.00

300 Units / kWh – $415,000.00

350 Units / kWh – $525,000.00

400 Units / kWh – $634,000.00

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450 Units / kWh – $747,000.00

500 Units / kWh – $861,000.00

600 Units / kWh – $1,088,000.00

700 Units / kWh – $1,315,000.00

800 Units / kWh – $1,542,000.00

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900 Units / kWh – $1,769,000.00

1000 Units / kWh – $1,996,000.00

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