Zesco Limited spokesperson Henry Kapata says extended load shedding hours currently being experienced around the country are due to generation constraints. And Kapata has said the power utility is losing huge amounts of money from load shedding. In an interview with News Diggers! Monday, Kapata explained that it was difficult for the utility to stick to the six-hour schedule, citing extremely low water levels at the Kariba Dam. “Our plan, obviously, is to get to six hours, but generation constraints are the ones making us go beyond. So, it becomes very difficult to stick to the schedule. The water levels are going extremely down. If we deplete the little we have, I am afraid we don’t want to go back…...

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