Hippo population in sharp decline

According to the survey, the decline has been attributed to droughts and human activities such as poaching along the shared water resource.
By Obert Siamilandu Jun. 8, 2024

HIV policy ensures stable production

The company has a staff complement of 350 at its companies on both sides of the Zambezi River.
By Moses Mugugunyeki May. 24, 2024

Dark weeks ahead as Kariba inflows drop

In an update on the hydrological outlook at Kariba Dam, the Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) yesterday said river flows into Zambezi River were decreasing rapidly.
By Garikai Tunhira May. 18, 2024

Blackouts spoil ZITF

Zimbabwe and Zambia share equally water to generate power at their separate power plants at Lake Kariba.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 25, 2024

ZRA repackages Batoka Gorge project

The project scope includes construction of the dam wall for US$1,4 billion, power station at US$1,3 billion and other aspects giving a total of US$4,5 billion.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Apr. 18, 2024

Zimbabwe, Zambia celebrate cultural beauty

She Glows Africa Magazine, a local platform that celebrates the brilliance and power of African women, hosted a cultural exchange banquet in Harare
By Moses Mugugunyeki Apr. 13, 2024

Candid Comment: Zim must give PPPs a chance

If the dam falls short, both countries would have to rely on imports from neighbouring countries. However, Zimbabwe has a bad reputation when it comes to imports.
By Kudakwashe Gwabanayi Apr. 5, 2024

Experts call for global cooperation on Batoka project

However, as southern Africa has been experiencing diminishing water levels and rising temperatures over the years, the viability of the BGHPS project is under threat.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 31, 2024

Zambia, Zimbabwe to retender $5bn Batoka hydropower plant

Water levels at Kariba, which straddles Zambia and Zimbabwe, are expected to keep receding due to poor rainfall, Munodawafa said, although he ruled out decommissioning the dam.
By Bloomberg News Mar. 26, 2024