ZESA saves $1m by curbing power thefts

ZESA saves $1m by curbing power thefts
Published: 24 May 2018
ZESA Holdings has managed to save revenue amounting to $998 228,87 after successfully implementing pro-active and reactive strategies to curb illicit losses.

The power utility's public relations manager Fullard Gwasira told The Financial Gazette this week that a sharp decline in electricity related crimes had translated to almost $1 million savings.

"The power utility registered a decrease in crime rates during the year 2017 where a total of 267 crimes of theft and vandalism were committed with only 47 having been finalised so far with the courts of law.

"Comparatively, in 2016 cases were reported with a value of $827 564 through concerted efforts of commercial operations and inspections in all regions countrywide," he said.
- fingaz
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