One regional crisis averted as electricity starts to flow from Namibia’s controversial Hwange deal

Issue 131 - 25 Jan 2008 | 4 minute read

As its real economy collapses, Zimbabwe seems condemned to suffering an ever-worsening power crisis. But at a regional level NamPower’s rescue deal for Zesa has started to bear fruit, with the first electricity flowing across the border into the Namibian grid.

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