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and when I is is is well made easy I now keep a fuel Jerry can hit because anytime the power goes I have to close the shop and go to the petrol station to buy diesel for the generator so I can keep the business running that is gluten as I find it was with the diesel is also expensive and not readily available which is another challenge so I only power up the generator at night said that the next morning the fridge is a cold enough to still meet that's the situation in this country the last one , does anyone have a drought to drastically diminished water levels feeding the country's only hide your parents now it's produces only a third of its intended output prompting the state power utility to announce the indefinite rolling blackouts last week the power cuts dressed in the country's mining output to a crucial sex %HESITATION in man and god was bid to salvage the economy for the past twenty years Zimbabwe has struggled to generate enough electricity to meet Dimond's bought in the last decade it signed multiple power generation agreements including solar power that would have added more than three thousand megawatts in new electricity to the grades however the projects fail to take off due to bureaucracy and lack of funding as some investors see the political landscape as risky