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Hours-long power cuts in Zimbabwe will ease over the weekend after the southern African nation restored two units at its largest coal-power plant.
The nation has been experiencing power outages of as long as 10 hours because of lower output from its main electricity plants and higher demand, particularly from mining companies.


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