Energy and Power Development, Minister Samuel Undenge SOUTH Africa’s power utility Eskom has threatened to cut electricity supplies to Zimbabwe unless the country, battling a foreign currency crunch, honours its debt obligations before the end of next week, sources disclosed this week. Zimbabwe’s economy, officially projected to expand by 3,7 percent this year, has been hit by foreign currency shortages that have impacted key productive sectors. A power deficit would compound the situation. State-owned power utility, ZESA, has failed to stick to a payment plan agreed with Eskom in July this year. The country owes the South African power utility close to $100 million. ZESA had agreed to pay about $22 million a month starting in…