What is Gata even still doing at ZESA?

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As Zimbabwe continues to sink deeper into an economic abyss – exacerbated by recurrent crippling electricity shortages – one is baffled as to why heads at the power utility are not rolling.

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Masaraure Urges Zimbabweans To Demand Services Now, Not To “Defer Lives To 2023 Ballot”

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