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Fishing Decline in Southern Africa Due to El Nino-Induced Drought

– Fishing communities devastated by El Nino-induced drought are facing unprecedented challenges as the fish in the river are gone, fisher lamented. Source: Changa Safari Camp from the 2021 Tiger Fishing in Lake Kariba John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – Fishing communities in Southern Africa are reeling from the devastating impacts of the El Nino-induced drought, […]

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Concerns raised as Lake Kariba’s water level continues to go down due to El Nino.

– The Zambezi River Authority has reduced the allocation of water for Zambia and Zimbabwe to 16 billion cubic meters for electricity generation John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The Zambezi River Authority has announced that due to El Niño, the water level is decreasing in Lake Kariba, and will result in water allocation for electricity

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The issuance of I-REC certificates for renewable energy in Zimbabwe has been approved.

– A set amount of money is earned for each megawatt-power of energy that is produced, which is equivalent to one REC certificate. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – The International REC Standard Foundation Board in the Netherlands has given Zimbabwe permission to begin issuing green energy certificates, enabling private green energy generators linked to the

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Zimbabwe to brace for climate change induced power shortages

-there is likely to be a delayed start to the rainfall season for the whole of Southern Africa due to the presence of El Nino, FEWSNET warned. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) has reduced water allocation for hydroelectricity generation this year for Zambia and Zimbabwe, amid growing concerns of

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Power generation on Lake Kariba remains suppressed despite an increase of water inflow

– flows of water recorded at Vic Falls Gauging Station increases from 1.192 cubic meters per second same date last year, to 1600 cubic meters per second on February 16 this year.  – a recovery from 489 cubic meters per second on 1st January 2023 to 1538 cubic meters on 16th February 2023, was recorded at Chavuma

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