Zesa shortchanging its customers

EDITOR ? On reading Cathy Buckle’s, Indigenisation xenophobic,” one comes to grips with the alarming and rapidly sliding economy in Zimbabwe.

I do not believe Zesa Holdings ever wrote off any debts.

All they have done is add them to the new meter vouchers one buys when Zesa installs these contraptions.

My family had one installed in Bluff Hill and my husband and I had one installed at our home in Mazvikadei.

Both these accounts were fully paid up and yet Zesa is taking between $20 and $30 off each voucher we buy in lieu of an outstanding account.

This is plain theft. And we demand an explanation from Zesa.

I find it strange that Zanu PF ordered the write off of outstanding Zesa bills for commercial (A2) farmers.

Who are these farmers anyway? You guessed it.

Most of them will be the new commercial farmers and Zanu PF chefs and their cohorts and we are being made to make up the loss by Zesa deducting the amounts from every voucher we buy.

Who was it that said Zanu PF never pay their bills?

And as I have always said; judgment day will be a very interesting day.

NM

Comments (3)

Just to correct the writer, the zesa debt was never being written off. The deal was that every account would be credited with $160. That being said i am also a disgruntled customers whos account has not been credited yet. Others around me have had their accounts credited and some of us are still waiting for that day,..some one at zesa please speak up!!!!

bhururu - 13 December 2013

IF ONLY ZESA COULD CLARIFY ISSUES LIKE YU DID THEN WE WOULD ALL NOT BE IN A CONFUSION WE ARE RIGHT NOW@BHURURU

NOTLEY - 16 December 2013

I HAVE HAD NO POWER FOR 36 HOURS?THE USUALLY WELL RUN GREENDALE /ARCTURUS ROAD ZESA OFFICCES HAVE HIT ROCK BOTTOM OVER THE HOLIDAY PERIOD WITH VERY LITTLE INTEREST SHOWN.THE CLAIM THAT IT IS RAINING IS PATHETIC AS WE HAVE HAD TECHNICHIANS REPAIR CABLES IN POURING RAIN.ONE PERSONS POWER PROBLEM IS NOT THE CLAIM TO HAVE IT REPAIRED IMMEDIATELEY BUT WE PAY ON TIME AND EXPECT THE SERVICE WE DESERVE???

C. BAKER - 1 January 2014

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