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Following several gas discoveries at the Mukuyu-2 well on the ambitious Australian minnow’s Cabora Bassa project, Invictus Energy and local partner One Gas Resources have revised a 2019 gas memorandum with local developers planning to build a 500MW gas-fired power plant.

Zimbabwe
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Solarcentury Africa is to build a 7MWp solar PV plant for Dallaglio Investments’ Eureka gold mine in Zimbabwe’s Mashonaland Central province. Zimbabwe is experiencing acute shortages of power that have prompted many mining companies and industrial companies to invest in their own power plants.

Zimbabwe
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Construction work has began on the Pomona waste-to-energy project, with a ground-breaking event attended by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The project was approved by cabinet in February 2022, but construction has been delayed by the city council’s failure to raise the required funds and complaints from the public.

Zimbabwe
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Independent power producer (IPP) Tatanga Energy is to develop nine solar mini-grids at schools and hospitals in eastern Zimbabwe for the Anglican Diocese of Manicaland.

Zimbabwe
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A Dubai-based company backed by a well-connected but relatively low-profile member of Dubai’s ruling Al-Maktoum family has been signing deals across Africa to generate carbon credits – generating some controversy in the process.

Liberia | Zimbabwe | Zambia | Tanzania
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Exports of lithium have begun from a number of recently-developed processing plants – many operated by Chinese companies – as Zimbabwe looks to better exploit its large resources of a vital energy transition mineral. However, recent figures show overall production has been declining this year, writes Tonderayi Mukeredzi.

Zimbabwe
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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed the little-known Edgar Moyo as his energy and power development minister in a new, bloated cabinet – in which the re-elected president stirred up a storm by naming his son David Kudakwashe Mnangagwa (Kuda) as deputy finance minister and his nephew Tongai Mnangagwa as deputy tourism and hospitality minister.

Zimbabwe
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Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in for a second five-year term after an election widely condemned as flawed. The fallout could stifle efforts to put the economy back on track and undermine his plans to reengage with the world, writes Nicholas Makombe.

Zimbabwe
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Local developer Tatanga Energy and Spain’s Enerfin are co-developing a 100MW wind plant in the Guruve-Mazowe region of Mashonaland Central province. If commissioned, it would be Zimbabwe’s first large-scale wind farm.

Zimbabwe
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Old Mutual Zimbabwe has poured millions of dollars into renewable energy projects, showing local solutions can be found to support a new generation of developers in a market where local institutional investors and foreign capital are reluctant to fund energy schemes.

Zimbabwe
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Control over African mineral reserves means governments now hold a lot of the cards in negotiating with corporations and political leaders, during a period of rising global demand and shifting power balances. Industry players now argue that more equitable partnerships may finally be on the table.

DR Congo | Namibia | Guinea | Zambia | Zimbabwe | Tanzania
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The Cygnum Capital-managed Facility for Energy Inclusion has advanced a $30m loan to Equator Energy to help the Nairobi-headquartered C&I developer grow its business across Africa.

Kenya | Gambia | Somalia | South Sudan | Uganda | Zimbabwe
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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced that Zimbabwe will hold its anticipated general election on 23 August.

Zimbabwe
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As Zimbabwe’s general election approaches, experts are complaining that its energy laws and policies are outdated and need extensive review to promote increased investment in renewable energy.

Zimbabwe
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In the run up to the 2018 election, Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF promised to increase electricity generation capacity and end load-shedding. The reality has been power cuts lasting over 16 hours. But despite this, the Zanu-PF government says it has a solution to the electricity supply crisis.

Zimbabwe