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ZESA Apologises For Power Outage Due To Faults - Mandara, Chisipite, Shawasha

ZESA Apologises For Power Outage Due To Faults - Mandara, Chisipite, Shawasha

Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) has apologised to its in Harare Region for the power outage due to faults that occurred on the feeders supplying them. Pindula News presents the statements ZETDC released to that effect.

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) would like to apologize to its valued customers in Harare Region for the power outage due to faults that occurred on the feeders supplying them. Areas affected are:

Feeder Areas affected Comment
CB19 Coleford Gletwyn, parts of Mandara, parts of Chisipite, Greendale, Halmin, The Grange Burnt circuit breaker and burnt busbar spouts.
CB59 Acturus Chisipite and Nazarene House Underground cable fault
CB49 Highlands Park Williams Shawasha Hills Multiple underground cable faults
CB39 Pomona William Powlet area, Brookeview, Larkrise, Rayden, Hogarty Hill, Hawkshed extension, Philadelphia and Highgate Broken overhead line

ZETDC engineers and technicians are working to rectify the faults.

The inconvenience caused is sincerely regretted.

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4 Comments

Mai Natie 6 months ago

Saka isu veku ghetto hatina ropa ka vamunodzimira pamadira musazodaro imi tese tiri vanhu tinotobhadhara magetsi haasi emahara


Yohwe 6 months ago

Saka vekuma surbubs receive apologies. Inga. Isu jwedu kuno kana phone yema faults haidairwe


Ghetto yut 6 months ago

Ku ghetto hamunei nako muchatijairira imi nxaaaaa


Doug 6 months ago

Nice of you to apologize to your customers of value. Is it load shedding only and no faults when there is no power, at times for days, in the high density suburbs like Chitungwiza, Highfields, etc where no apology comes from you, or is it just that they are of no value to you?



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