If you can only supply 16.67% of the demand, it is a complete failure of electrical power production, obviously it is not increased demand.Harare - Zimbabwe's government announced 20-hour daily electricity cuts for households across the country on Wednesday as supplies are shifted to irrigate the crucial winter wheat crop amid persistent food shortages.
The southern African country has already been experiencing frequent power cuts due to the declining capacity of its ageing power plants which have seen very little new investment as the country battles severe foreign currency shortages.
Mines and factories have also been hit hard by regular power outages, which have caused a decline in production and contributed to an economic crisis and escalating political tensions over President Robert Mugabe's 27-year rule.
Up to $2bn is required to install new equipment and expand production at the country's two main power plants in Hwange and Kariba to meet increased industrial and domestic demand, officials say.
Our school standards require 33% to pass, with a 5% given benefit if you are not schooled in your 1st language, along with a further 20% artificial increase in the average, therefore, by our academic standards Zimbabwe is a success. I'm offtopic here, but see the next post which is even more offtopic.