Madagascar News- Current Issues and Perspectives

WAKE UP MADAGASCAR FIGHTS POWERCUT IN THE CAPITAL CITY

In Culture, Economics, Freedom, Society, Testimonies, Uncategorized on March 4, 2015 at 6:27 pm

Would Madagascar be on its way to understanding democracy? Maybe a great example!

The Cyber Observer

“When the power needed by the customers is too important than what is available, JIRAMA has to cut it” This is the first statement that you can see on the page under the category “powercut” from JIRAMA‘s web site. This means nothing else than: “powercuts are never the fault of the JIRAMA … customers are too power foodie”

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JIRAMA

JIRAMA is a state owned company which activities are exclusively focused on the production and supply of electricity and water. Even if the sector has been liberalized and open to any investor, JIRAMA remains the most important actor within the market specifically due to its large supplying framework throughout Madagascar. Power supply has always been a big issue and also a big challenge for JIRAMA. Combination of delapidated supply framework, need increasing, deficiency offer and last but not least: bad management and money misappropriation, have always helped to dig JIRAMA’s…

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