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ZESA Announces First Tariff Hike For 2020

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ZESA has announced a new 19% tariff hike that will be effected on the 1st of March:

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has adjusted the electricity tariffs by 19.02 per cent.

This is in accordance with the Tariff Award of 2 October 2019, which approved the implementation of monthly tariff indexation formula, that takes into account the movement of the macroeconomic fundamentals such as exchange rate and inflation, for changes above 10%.

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ZESA statement
  • Fixed Monthly Charge – ZWL$ 7.24

The monthly kWh/ unit charges for household consumers on conventional meters are now structured as follows:

  • 1st 50 kWh – ZWL$0.49.
  • 51 – 200 kWh – ZWL$1.08
  • Balance – ZWL$4.61

Households with prepaid meters will pay the following standard rates:

  • 1st 50 kWh – ZWL$2.15
  • 51 – 200 kWh – ZWL$2.15
  • Balance – ZWL$2.15

The stepped tariffs will be as follows:

  • 1st 50 kWh – ZWL$0.49
  • 51 – 200 kWh – ZWL$1.08
  • Balance – ZWL$4.61




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12 thoughts on “ZESA Announces First Tariff Hike For 2020

  1. This is absolutely disgusting! More businesses will close, more people will go hungry…
    Where is zera in all this and where are the protests from the likes of zctu etc.

  2. There seems to be some confusion somewhere, as usual…

    Firstly, are those charges per KWh? And
    secondly, what happened to the subsidised 200KWh @ ±ZW$50 bundle for prepaid users???

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