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Zimbabwe’s state-owned electricity distributor intensified power cuts across the country because of a shortage of supply.
Outages will be intensified through Sept. 16 because of “depressed generation on the grid,” the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Co. said in a statement on Wednesday.


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