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From the GWPF:
“Foreign aid should not be used to generate costly and unreliable “green” electricity in countries where hundreds of millions need the exact opposite: cheap and reliable power”
At the end of May, Zimbabwe’s state monopoly, ZESA, reached a last-minute deal to continue importing electricity. ZESA owed $43m to South Africa and Mozambique and, with part-payment and terms agreed for clearing the debt, neither country turned off the flow.