Zimbabwe’s President, Emmerson Mnangagwa will visit Mozambique and Zambia in a bid to save the country’s electricity import contracts that are being eyed by Eskom. News24 reports that Mnangagwa’s trips come at a time when South Africa, which is undergoing an electricity crisis, seeks to replace Zimbabwe as an importer of electricity from Mozambique and Zambia. In 1995, SADC member states formed the Southern African Power Pool, which is Africa’s first formally advanced power pool. However, while there are many problems, the biggest hurdle is transmission across the region.