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Zimbabwe expects to pay $10m to Eskom by end of Monday

Zimbabwe owes $33m of debt to Eskom.
Zimbabwe, which is grappling with severe power shortages, imports power from South Africa. Picture: Moneyweb

Zimbabwe’s government expects to pay $10 million to South African state power firm Eskom by the end of Monday, Zimbabwean finance minister Mthuli Ncube said.

Zimbabwe, which is grappling with severe power shortages, imports power from neighbouring South Africa. But Eskom cut back power exports to Zimbabwe because of unpaid debts of around $33 million. 

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Dunno what’s the problem. As long as Bob still gets power at his mansion all is well.

Stolen from the people. Where else did they get ten million dollars?

…and redistributed in brown envelopes to the elitist anc cadres by Tuesday!

Where are they gonna get the money? They should sell the whole Zim to China, lock stock and barrel

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