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Zetdc hikes electricity tariffs

Zesa metre box


THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (Zetdc) has increased electricity tariffs which will see consumers paying $1 135 for 50 units.

The new electricity tariffs have already been put into effect.

In a notice on Wednesday, Zetdc said 100 units will now cost $3 410 while 150 units will cost $7 390; 200 units $11 380 and 250 units $17 070.

The next 50 units after the first one that would be exhausted before monthend will now be going for $2275, while 100-200 units will cost $7980. A total of 201-300 units will cost $13 080.

Despite tariffs going up, Zimbabwe remains in a power crisis.

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