GOVERNMENT has accrued over US$114 million in interest on its Federation-era debt to Zambia inherited after the taking over of power generation assets that had been shared between the two countries, the Financial Gazette’s Companies & Markets (C&M) can exclusively reveal. Documents seen by this newspaper last week show that an inter-governmental committee of officials representing the Zimbabwean and Zambian governments in February this year ratified the interest payable at a meeting in Livingstone, Zambia. The interest component, which the Zimbabwean government had not been keen to publicly release, is a direct result of a debt to Zambia which amounted to about US$71 million.This principal amount of about US$71 million was for the shared cost of the Kariba Dam construction…