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Eng. Gloria Magombo, MSc Mech. Eng., MBA
Chief Executive Officer (Ex-Officio Member of the Board)
Eng. Magombo has more than 23 years of experience in the Electricity Supply Industry in the fields of engineering, management, power sector reform and regulation. Her key areas of experience include strategy development and implementation, general management, project management, power plant operations and maintenance, plant optimisation and testing, generation planning, feasibility studies, electricity sector regulation and training of technical staff. Before joining ZERA, Eng. Magombo was Managing Director for Norconsult Botswana. She also served as Regional Energy Advisor with South Africa Global Competitiveness Hub and is also a former Executive Commissioner of ZERC.

 

Edington Mazambani, B. Acc (Hon) UZ, B. Compt (Hon) UNISA, CA (Z)
Commercial Director

Edington is a qualified and experienced Chartered Accountant having completed his articles with Deloitte and Touché. Edington’s wealth of experience spans over 21 years in the field of financial services institution, accounting and auditing having worked for various companies both in Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the manufacturing, construction, telecommunication, mining and engineering sectors.

 

 

Misheck Siyakatshana, BSc (Eng) Hons(UZ), MBL(Unisa), MSAIMechE
Technical Director

Misheck is a qualified and experienced engineer who has had varied industry experience spanning over twenty five years having held various levels of engineering /technical responsibility including the positions of plant engineer, divisional engineer& chief engineer in various sectors. Within the petroleum sector he worked for BP/Shell as Production Manager for the Base Oils Refinery and Lubricants Manufacturing Plant in Willowvale while within the electricity sector he rose to the position of Operations Director within the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA)’s generation subsidiary Zimbabwe Power Company. Prior to joining ZERA Misheck worked as an independent consultant within the power industry.

 

 

Jacqueline Mupamhanga, LLBs (UZ)
Corporate Secretary/Legal Advisor

Jacqueline has more than 12 years’ experience gained from both the private and public sectors. Before joining ZERA, she was employed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe as a Legal Advisor. Prior to that, she was employed by Fidelity Printers and Refiners (Pvt) Ltd as Company Secretary / Legal Advisor. Jacqueline is currently studying towards a Masters in Strategic Management Degree with the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

 

 

 

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Petroleum Prices Updates

Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

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Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Petroleum Prices Updates

In accordance with section 54 of the Petroleum Act (Chapter 13:22), Statutory Instrument 80 of 2014 and its subsequent amendments, the following tables depict the prices that obtained during the months of:

*January 2017.
*February 2017.
*March 2017.
*April 2017.
*May 2017.
*June 2017.
*July 2017.
*August 2017.
*September 2017.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE UPDATES


Tips to Save Energy Today

  1. Home Electronics
  2. Driving
  3. Energy Star Products
  4. SOS
  5. Refrigrator - Freezer
  6. Cooking
Plug home electronics, such as TVs and DVD players, into power strips; turn the power strips off when the equipment is not in useā€”TVs and DVDs in standby mode still use several watts of power
Drive sensibly; aggressive driving such as speeding, and rapid acceleration and braking, wastes fuel
Look for the ENERGY STARĀ® label on light bulbs, home appliances, electronics, and other products. ENERGY STAR products meet strict efficiency guidelines.
Turn things off when you are not in the room such as lights, TVs, entertainment systems, and your computer and monitor.
Regularly defrost manual-defrost freezers and refrigerators; frost buildup decreases the energy efficiency of the unit. Donā€™t allow frost to build up more than one- quarter of an inch
Match the size of the pan/pot to the size of the heating element (plate)
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