According to ZESCO Managing Director VICTOR MAPANI, load shedding will begin on Thursday.
However, Mr. MAPANI asserts that if the water flows experienced during the previous 30 days continue, load-shedding hours will decrease.
At a press conference in Lusaka, he told reporters that the firm is hoping that the recent noticeable rise in water flow in Lake Kariba would continue.
According to Mr. MAPANI, nationwide rotational patterns would be used to manage load.
He said that loadshedding occurs as a result of the Kariba North Bank power station’s decreased power production.