I completely agree with you 100%, but it’s not only take away restaurants affected, it’s all of us citizens except the president and wherever there’s a standing instruction not to carry out load shedding. What I would like to know is this, is Zesco also exporting power to any neighbouring countries? If so then they should stop. What is going to happen when schools open? We have to prepare our children for school, bath them, prepare food for them, now imagine waking up to find there’s no power! We can’t send our children to school without bathing them or without food. So who ever is the smart one preparing these load shedding schedules, you’re not really that smart at all because you didn’t consider this fact. Zesco should also remove this virtually free electricity from all it’s staff so they too contribute to the revenue of Zesco, because if you multiply the number of all Zesco staff by the number of units each gets practically for free, that’s a huge loss in revenue but then who ever is in charge of raising tarrifs wants to pass that cost onto the general public. Twakana bane. Pay your Zesco bills like the rest of us.
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