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75 % tariffs hike will help Government create one million jobs over the next five years-Energy Minister

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Minister of Energy David Mabumba
Minister of Energy David Mabumba

MINISTER of Energy David Mabumba says the 75 percent electricity tariff hike will enable Government attain its target of creating one million jobs over the next five years.

On Wednesday, the Energy Regulation Board approved Zesco’s proposed hike in electricity tariffs which will be implemented in two phases effective Monday next week.

Mr Mabumba said the upward adjustment of the tariffs will attract more investors in the energy sector who will invest in projects that will create jobs for Zambians.

The minister said this in Lusaka yesterday during an energy sector conference.

Mr Mabumba said Government’s envisaged creation of one million jobs will only be possible if rural districts have access to electricity.

“Economic growth will be stagnant if the tariffs are low and the creation of one million jobs is dependent on the electrification of rural areas,” he said.

Zesco managing director Victor Mundende said the tariff hike will enable the firm to generate more income which will be spent on rehabilitating its infrastructure and improving electricity supply.

He said it is unfortunate that between 1979 and 2012, there was no investment in power generation and distribution despite the continued increase in population which raised demand for electricity.

“The upward adjustment of the tariffs means that our income will improve and we will be able to implement our ambitious projects,” Mr Mundende said.

And Mr Mundende said Zesco has partnered with a company from Mozambique to develop a 1,200 megawatts coal-powered plant.

And Zesco director for distribution Dennis Banda said the company loses K640,666 in vandalised electricity cables.

Meanwhile, Maamba Collieries Limited chief executive officer Venkat Shankar says the firm will consider expanding its operations to create jobs for local people following the increase in electricity tariffs.

Mr Shankar said in an interview yesterday that with the increased tariffs, his company will have more business prospects with Zesco.

“Increased tariffs mean Zesco will be more financially sound and us who supply power will have better business prospects with it. We will also in turn become financially stable and generate more power,” he said.

Mr Shankar also said the hike in electricity tariffs will send a positive signal to investors.

“The current tariff regime is not cost-reflective of the market conditions and the revised one will send a positive signal to investors about Government’s commitment to ensuring that those doing business in the energy sector get a better deal,” he said.

95 COMMENTS

  1. This is great news.

    Jobs created as well.

    Time to be proud of this working Government.

    I knew they knew what they were doing

    I just completed my PhD

    Thanks

    Bb204,2016

    • What has completing your PHD got to do with Electricity hikes. Please share that joy with your family *****

    • Mushota, what has completing your PHD got to do with Electricity hikes. Please share that joy with your family.
      *****

    • Mugshota you are a funny woman maybe you are a man in a woman’s skin who knows on this Lsk times.

    • PLEASE DONT PAY ATTENTION TO THIS B1TCH (MUSHOTA), SHE IS JUST PLAYING WITH YOUR MINDS WHEREVER SHE IS. JUST IGNORE WHATEVER THIS SMALL GIRL POSTS, SHE IS NOT A SERIOUS PERSON. SHE TAKES THIS PLATFORM AS A PLAYING TOY TO F00L PEOPLE.

    • James Chomba you are a very angry person.

      First things first, you might want to drop your caps.

      Secondly, you are preaching a request which is valid but irrelevant.

      It starts with oneself, you might want to ignore me, like I do the majority of people.

      I wish you well and quiet honestly had hoped you talked about the topic at hand instead of demanding hatred for me, when I have a;ways been the person that talks about topics and a agent of Justice and the Truth.

      How about you concentrate at the Topic at hand ignore me to start with, maybe then those people you would like to, will follow you.

      Coming back to the topic (without caps this time), what do you think of the creation of these jobs by the Government. Do you agree like me this is good news?

      I just completed my…

    • I remember when a PF Cabinet Minister claimed that the powercuts would have no impact on the economy! Stoopidity seems to be the basis for appointment to Lungu’s Cabinet.

    • Economically sounds logical, but the article fails to point out what percent of for those 1mil jobs created (if any???) will be attributed to this increase in tariffs?
      Its great to put out such a bombastic title thus setting high expectations, but will this be measured so that after 5years, we can all look back and say tariffs brought in a such and such number of jobs? Will 100 employment created be considered great and justify the 75% hike? BWT such a big hike can only happen in Venezuela and Zambia….
      Let’s give them a chance for now…, but we need to hold them accountable, but how?

    • Zesco you are only interested in increasing your incomes not your expenditure. reduce your wastage i.e. 2000 units for your staff at K50; hefty emoluments at 65% of your incomes. Your narrow mindedness is so narrow you are not seeing that this will increase deforestation and you will end up with more drier rivers in 2021 to 2015 when we will have another phase of el nino.

    • If we had effective opposition in Zambia, Minister Mabumba was going to be challenged to produce a GRZ plan for the creation of 1 million jobs through a 75% electricity tariff increment. Otherwise, it is all bogus claptrap. There is no guarantee that the 75% electricity tariff increment will not just trickle down in the pockets of ZESCO top managers and directors given ZESCO’s existing cost structure.

    • It’s either your PF/MMD Govt is Dumb, retarded OR it’s Plain Stup!d.

      You increase cost of production & you say companies will thrive. This is madness guys. This IMF kaloba is our suicide pill. Wake up guys, don’t be sleepy like the way it happened to Zimbabweans.

    • A real PHD candidate doesn’t have the kind of low-level thinking like you Mushota….& a real PHD person wouldn’t believe that hiking tariffs will lead to employment…simply because hiking tariffs doesn’t equate to job creation…

    • Pf you can really dream. Creating one million jobs by increasing the number of poor people through the increased cost of goods and services. Surely a different argument would have helped. What about 500, 000 jobs you promised through the highest office of the land? Now the 1million joke through a minister.

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  3. You PF theives blow $10 billion and development and you failed to even create 5,000 permanent jobs. What makes you think you can create jobs now?

    Infact unemployment is now higher then before you blew the 10 billion.

    • This increase plus the still coming one of 300% will be the end of Zesco because it now justifies having your own off-grid standalone solar power system at home. In the long run Zesco will be like Zamtel. Nobody clammers for landmines any more because cell phones are more convenient and easily available. For sure, no millions of jobs will be created. Any job that relies on cheap power has already been created.

    • WHy would you say that.

      People are fighting to earn pHd’s sacrificing their lives.

      It separates the ordinary from the extra ordinary.

      Separates the intelligent from the super intelligent

      You should be proud of me, I worked very hard for my phD

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

  4. Mushota – you are out of your head; politically and academically .
    PHD is nothing – so stop bragging about it.

    • You people talking to this mushota only encourage it’s stuuppiddity. It only wants to generate Internet traffic.
      Ignore it and it will slinker away.
      Let it talk to itself.

    • I just complted my PhD thank you very much.

      My research was on International Development

      One of the hardest phd you will be best not to pursue, we are very few of us that have taken the plunge and succeeded.

      It clearly shows I am a rare breed among most Zambians. I am quiet frankly a little extraordinary. I know this and I don’t need a pat on the back to be reminded of.

      I have no idea why you talk rubbish.

      Like the bible people that talked the Gospel of God were ridiculed and laughed at and thought they were mad, guess you know how that story ended right?

      I am the seeker of justice and the whole truth

      I suggest you comment on the topic at hand

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

  5. You people talking to this mushota only encourage it’s stuuppiddity. It only wants to generate Internet traffic.
    Ignore it and it will slinker away.
    Let it talk to itself.

    • I am sorry you have described me that way. I wish nothing but good things for you and your beloved family. I am not here to seek friendship, i am here to seek Justice and the Truth.

      I dont need attention from anyone, let alone from you.

      You would have been best served to ignore me to start with?

      How old are you again?

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

  6. You increase the cost of business by 75% that equates to increased business prospects….even a Grade 12 pupil knows the opposite will happen. These empty tins do not even know how to promote policies without telling lies like those State Witnesses in HHs case.

    • We all know ZESCO is a PF cash cow. Somewhere to dump their thugs in employment and somewhere to loot from.

      The more money Zesco has the more they can loot and employ more gardeners and drivers and they think that is creating employment.

      Just like when they were looting the 10 billion by giving them selves contracts and employing seasonal labourers. They thought that was creating employment.

  7. I wish people would stop talking nonense. The reason why electricity tarrifs have been increased is because you were told to do so by the IMF – this is one of the many conditions they have set before they will grant the loan ! I am sure that more jobs will be created but 1 million – we are not fools !

  8. Can someone help us with actual increases say for farmers. What do increase translate into actual cost .Zambia being landlocked one advantage it has had has been electricity tariffs. Increasing to a high level means the cost of doing business has gone up and our goods may not be competitive

  9. This is one minister who spends most of time talking about developmental issue,not just politicking,i really like the way he works

  10. how can someone increase the price so that you employ more workers, that is nonsense.

    I have never come across such nonsense in business language.

    • First it was Wina promising 500,000 new jobs.
      Then it was Lungu promising 200,000new jobs every year.
      How many jobs have ACTUALLY been created ? — NONE! Unemployment has risen under PF. Miners have been fired.
      Now this man is saying electricity price rises will create a MILLION JOBS? Can we really believe this??

      RUBBISH! Just more PF LIES. Fake promises from a FAKE party with a FAKE PRESIDENT!!

  11. what are you talking about, when the president has already given a directive to adjust upwards. you need this adjustment no wonder mutati has the nerves now to say the Kaloba is clinched.

  12. The honourable Minister talks too much.. The employment figures are unrealistic and unattainable. Which sector of the economy shall grow in terms of job creation due to the tariff increase? is it a energy sector? Hydro power investment takes roughly six or ten years to yield better returns. A foreign investor shall need stable policy and agreement beyond political parties tenure.
    If it is other sectors besides energy then the job creation is a tall order in that the tariffs increment shall increase the production cost units resulting in higher commodity prices… The disposal income of an average Zambians have been static for some time and any goods\ services price increment have an adverse effect . This will result in reduced revenues for companies to spur the necessary economic…

  13. This will result in reduced revenues for companies to spur the necessary economic growth
    The jobs employment analysis translate them in years, months or days are 1,000,000 jobs per year,83,333 jobs per month, 2,778 per day.
    Currently the major employer is the government whose employment figures are about 1000,000. The labour attrition in most sectors is so minimum that proposed jobs and new job may not add up to 2000 per day.
    The Minister promise of 5,000,000 jobs for 5 years lack empirical evidence and pure logic… The CSO has no statistics or data on employment created or lost. Hope deffered make the heart sick but a promise fulfilled make one happy .. Mr Minister , keep your promise

    • Minister said 1million jobs in the next5yrs and you a cretin has failed to read.
      What are you calculating with wrong figures. That why you fail simple exams.

  14. I HAVE RECEIVED THIS NEWS OF CREATING ABOUT 1,000 JOBS WITH JOY,AND ITS MY HOPE THAT THE YOUTHS THAT SPEND MOST OF THEIR TIME DRINKING , LOITREING ABOUT THE STREETS WILL FIND SOMETHING TO DO.THE MINISTER SHOULD OUTLINE HOW THE JOBS WILL BE CREATED NOT JUST ANNOUNCING / READING A SCRIPT PREPARED BY HIS JUNIORS.MY SIMPLE UNDERSTANDING IS THAT THE PRICES OF COMMODITIES WILL GO UP AND SOME COMPANIES WILL SHED OF WORKFORCE TO UNABLE THEM PAY ZESCO.

  15. The best way to create jobs is to give loans to farmers that have cultivated 100 acres and above with strict monitoring systems on funds utilization. proper way of payback period. If it is livestock loans , proper supervisory systems must be in place…
    Take a leaf from Botswana. Livestock is big business. Zambians we can do it… Mining is depleting business due to low commodity prices on the international market.

    • Thank goodness you are not a Minister Rob

      You are stuck in the mud/ the past

      Forget farmers, they stopped trending a long time ago Rob

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

  16. This pillock must be out of his mind playing dirty politics, how can an increase create more jobs? The resultant effect of this increase will see more small to medium Enterprises laying off employees as it will make their business costs more than anticipated. Infact the mines will soon lay off a large chunk just to compensate this devious move. These charlatans are nothing but a bunch of hypocrites devoid of logical thinking.

    • discussing without full information@Bamwine can be dangerous! where do the mines and medium enterprises come in? The increase is for retail consumers only!!!!! @Mushota say something please!

  17. Mushota , you have a PHD in international development, Kindly tell us how the jobs shall be created by the tariff increments? Tell us the type of jobs, jobs sector by sector?
    Give us the current employment figures sector by sector?
    My sister, let us not be politicking all the times…. As a PHD graduate. reply to my questions?

  18. Mushota a PhD in what? Having a PhD is one thing and the type of program you did is another..is it PhD in social work or gender studies? I’ve got a masters in Mathematics and Statistics..I got my bachelors of science in Mathematics and Statistics from Unza and my masters from makerere university..but I don’t go about boasting like you do..what have you studied Mushota?? Let’s argue based on principle on this platform not showing off..need I say more..

    • That is your prerogative.

      I want people to know Kay

      There is nothing wrong with what I do.

      DO you also hate Kim Khardashain?

      Thanks

      BB2014,2016

  19. The twat from Glasgow has a questionable conception which could argued as alien form of breeding. PhD nonsense with no evidence of the actual study online or link to direct people is not just folly but borders on banality. Commenting for the sake of it at the expense of the suffering majority is no joke. Zambia is shambles right now and the alleged educated f001 thinks it’s a joke. Ignore this imitation of mankind!

  20. The twat from Glasgow has a questionable conception which could be argued as alien form of breeding. PhD nonsense with no evidence of the actual study online or link to direct people is not just folly but borders on banality. Commenting for the sake of it at the expense of the suffering majority is no joke. Zambia is shambles right now and the alleged educated f001 thinks it’s a joke. Ignore this imitation of mankind!

  21. Sister Kay…. don’t say much…. we need developers not boasters… Hope Mushota shall tell us how jobs shall be created by tariffs increments… if there are foreign investors ,which investors’s pledge are on the table currently. Is it investors’ plea to have the tariff increase for them to invest in the country?

    • Rob what the minister is saying is that there are projects which can be set up in rural areas but because of lack of electricity some of these projects have been stalled. It is true.
      I personnally know of three projects one in Mpanshya where there is no electricity upto now and two in Eastern province. There must be many more such cases in all the 10 provinces of Zambia. If you followed the news lately ZESCO only connected Zambezi district few weeks ago. Do not think of big businesses. Imagine the welding business, the hair saloon, the small milling plant , the bakery , a lodge , panel beaters shop, a business centre where printing and photocopying can be done, even a car wash etc all these are jobs that electricty can bring into a rural community.

      A rise in electricity tarrifs…

    • A rise in electricity tariffs will surely spur investment in electricity generation. This would result in increased supply of electricity to areas where there are business opportunities but lack power.

  22. SOMEONE EXPLAIN TO ME HOW THIS WILL WORK COZ I FOR ONE THINK IT WILL TAKE AWAY JOBS. ADAM SMITH IN LABOUR ECONOMICS STARTED “THE EMPLOYER WILL CONTINUE TO EMPLOY LABOUR AS LONG AS THE COST OF THAT LABOUR IS NOT MORE THAN WHAT THAT LABOUR IS ABLE TO BRING IN”. COST OF PRODUCTION WILL RISE AS ELECTRICITY IS ONE MAJOR COST.

  23. @delbosh who told you the increment is only for retail consumers? You must be a retard or schisophenic. The increase cuts across all sectors, the only relief for house holds is the 300 units threshold and the rest, small and medium equals retail for your own information. Do your homework next time before you splash your ignorance or lack of it for that matter.

    • The life line tariff approved units is 200. The 75% increase doe’s not include mines. Mines have got a separate contract with CEC.

  24. This government truly thinks we are all children incapable of thinking. We have 500,000 jobs now and increase electricity rates will somehow magically triple the number of jobs in the nation. We are not children, but we are voting in the next election.

  25. Why is it that people runining this country think that we are dull like pf or upnd cadres?We the people not influenced by political ideologies know that all this hikes have nothing to do with job creation but preparation for debt servicing which is becoming a crisis as you also prepare to get more debt from IMF.

  26. Why is it that people runining this country think that we are dull like pf or upnd cadres?We the people not influenced by political ideologies know that all this hikes have nothing to do with job creation but preparation for debt servicing which is becoming a crisis as you also prepare to get more debt from IMF.Just say the truth.

  27. Just an observation, the Zesco MD says Zesco will now make more money due to increase in the tariffs. Does it mean the U$500 Million per annum Govt has been spending to subsidize electricity was non existent?

  28. Thanks bro robmwale for that advice..the increase in electricity tariffs will have a glaring consequence on the majority people cz everything will skyrocket energy is the driving force of the economy..even if you use solar panels or whatever but be rest assured that in one way or the other you will be affected

  29. The truth be told, Zambia lost its chance at industrialisation when you had 10 billion US to spend on developmental projects.

    From now on if you are not seeing any returns on the 10 billion spent in terms of increased manufacturing or employment, it is payback time soon. Time to dance dununa reverse.

  30. I wish Cyprian Chitundu was still Zesco MD he was a better electrical and electronic engineer than Mundende..during Chitundu time there were never issues between zesco and copperbelt energy who are the suppliers of electricity to the mines..but Chitundu was unceremoniously fired by Christopher Yaluma just cz of personal issues and hatred..how do u expect a country to develop if real technocrats are dismissed in order to pave way for people who are the darling of the govt..as a young lady am passionate about my country and hope Mushota as a fellow woman can be providing serious issues on this platform..

  31. Add tariff increases with the ZRA closing business because of no payment of tax, garnishing Lamasat bank account and where will advancement come from closing bhsiness will decrease employment. True it is what zra should do by law , sometimes the national economy might be better served by forhiving debt so business can start again.
    What country doesnt pay some of it nurses for over 6 months and public service wages are always late.why cant mines pay contractors on times, why doesnt ZRA audit mines to see if they are technically and legally solvent to trade by law. Has any department in zambia got the intestinal fortitude (guts) to demand wages and ivoices are oaid on time. Them you have a fluid economy. Not one built on credits

  32. I listened to an interview of Minister Mabumba by Grevasio on ZNBC sunday interview where The Honourable Minister talked of having engaging a foreign consultant who would establish the cost structure of generation and distributing electricity and a proper cost reflective tariff be implemented. The 75% was just a provisional one for the revenue generation of Zesco because of its great expenditure bill. During the interview the Minister said that after the consultant ‘s work the tariffs would likely to increase on the basis of that Zambia has the lowest tariffs in the region.
    One wonders where are the Zambian PHD or Masters or Professors? The Minsiter gave figures justifying the increase . I wondered that the figures given could have caused any company to bankruptcy .
    The biggest…

  33. The biggest that ZESCO faces today is great interference by power that be… Most parastatals have weak corporate governance because politics plays a heavy role in management. Look at NHA where the housing stocks were sold at a give away price. FINDECO issues as reported by Daily Nation… Thanks be the Defunct Post because if it had reported the FINDECO issue , it would have been fake news…
    NAPSA,ZAMTEL, GOVERNMENT PRINTERS , DAILY MAIL, TIMES OF ZAMBIA ARE LIMPING…..

  34. Nothing but idiocy, thieving and stupidity. Why does ERB exist if only to rubber stamp the predetermined nonsense and all this after wasting tax payers’ money on *****ic sittings which attract allowances, accommodation and subsistence expenses on top of fuel etc? Just scrap the ERB and go on with your stupid decisions you fools.

  35. You hike tariffs and attract investors,you are may increase income of Zesco employees. You’re reducing income of ordinary Zambian,buying power will reduce because they have to pay bills.You are shifting aggregate demand . I am not an economist but i have ideas.

  36. The President during labour day celebrations made it clear that the increment in Zesco tariffs was non-negotiable but within the same week the ERB organized and held a public hearing concerning the same increments! Obviously the majority views opposed the increment.What kind of a country is this?

  37. A look at what tariff are charged around the region indicate that even after the increment Zambians will still be paying fare tariffs compared to other countries in the region.

    These are the prevailing tariff:

    Zimbabwe $9.86c/kWh while Angola $5,4c/kWh.
    Malawi $9c/kWh,
    Namibia $17c/kWh,
    Zambia $6c/kWh.
    Lesotho $9,3c/kWh,
    Swaziland $10,3c/kWh,
    Mozambique at $9c/kWh and
    South Africa (the municipalities)
    is at $11,7c/kWh, and that of the power utility Eskom is at $8c/ kWh.

    But as usual people will always complain because the dont like paying for services.

  38. Sonta ,give us the cost structures of the countries in whose prevailing tariffs are:
    Zimbabwe $9.86c/kWh while Angola $5,4c/kWh.
    Malawi $9c/kWh,
    Namibia $17c/kWh,
    Zambia $6c/kWh.
    Lesotho $9,3c/kWh,
    Swaziland $10,3c/kWh,
    Mozambique at $9c/kWh and
    South Africa (the municipalities) is at $11,7c/kWh, and that of the power utility Eskom is at $8c/ kWh
    Revenue- cost =profit … this is a simple business idea. To claim that we (Zambians ) are the lowest is to fail to take into account cost structure of all entity , business model, customer base, capital structure, inflation rate, the exchange rate, debt capacity etc…. Sometimes, consult the financial guru when dealing with certain financial issues…

  39. DULL MINISTER AND DIRECTORS NOT EVEN A SINGLE JOB HAS BEEN CREATED WHEN YOUR GOVT CAME IN POWER, JUST PROMISING IN BIG NUMBER FIGURES. BEFORE YOU PROMISE, PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM $120 MILLION EURO BOND HAS NOT BENEFITED ANY CITIZEN 1. FAILED TO ATTRACT VIABLE INVESTMENTS IN OUR ACTIVE MINES ON CB. MR CHAGWA PROMISE THE SAME, INSTEAD OF INCREASE THERE IS A DECLINE.
    IF THE PRESIDENT FAILS, HOW CAN YOU FULFIL UNDER INSTRUCTION FROM THE LIAR. (EDGAR) PLEASE DONT PROMISE JUST IMPOSE AS IT IS YOUR CULTURE.

  40. Mr Mabumba said “the upward adjustment of the tariffs will attract more investors in the energy sector who will invest in projects that will create jobs for Zambians ”
    question – how many Zambian businesses will be thrown out off business due non competitiveness pricing of their products?

  41. I dont know where they get these dull ministers! How does increasing tariffs create more jobs.
    When you increase tariffs, SME’s and other company operating costs rise. They either shut down or reduce labour in the short term. Prices of goods increase spontaneously and sales or real demand falls. Thats what happens. The price of mealie meal will rise next month and we will start blaming GBM and other millers.
    Why dont we ever learn?

  42. If you want people on this platform to know me that’s ain’t a problem..I can give you guys here my computer number from Unza and you will know that I was an iron lady at Unza the only girl in Mathematics and Statistics class..What more can you say darling mushota what more can you say??? Bring it on

  43. But HH has not been genuine or knowledgeable about matters of electricity. Minister Mabumba may not be the best minister but certainly a lot more factual than the donkey HH. Last year during campaigns he expressed so much ignorance about electricity that I could not believe this was an economist. That is when I realised this man was a donkey….yes from his pronouncements last year.

  44. How about our agriculture? Lets not dwell too much on the tariff increments..as a country our small scale farmers have to be empowered such that the more the produce the harvest the better..agriculture has always been the substitute of mining…but the previous govts have always sang a song over the same

  45. Can some one please give us a summarized profile of this minister of energy in Zambia? He really smokes weed in his free time after imbibing in Whisky at the office! How can an increase in the cost of production lead to INCREASED production? The Zambian economy will shrink further than it is currently because the producers in any sector who use electricity as part of their energy input will suffer. Their produce will become more expensive to sell and once they become in-competitive, jobs will have to be shed.
    It is a fallacy that the new investors will create 1m jobs when they will find that there is inadequate skilled manpower in Zambia due to poor skilling systems in our training institutions, and the only jobs to be available will be low level, low quality jobs as a result.
    Finally,…

  46. Minister, I am a peasant farmer in Kabangwe. We had no Zesco power the whole day yesterday with Zesco citing maintenance, today I have called Zesco and I am told there is maintenance works again. How can we have two days of maintenance, I risk loosing all my chickens please.

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