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Zesa - Eskom power deal on

TALKS between the Government and South Africa power utility, Eskom, which will see the resumption of electricity imports from the neighbouring country

Batoka power project clears ESIA hurdle

THE multi-million dollar Batoka power project has been certified not to pose adverse effects on human settlement along the Zambezi River, passing one

Mnangagwa's govt to curb internet abuse

Government is set to put in place social media abuse laws amid revelations that there is an upsurge in internet abuse and the proliferation of illegal

Zimbabwe, Zambia seal major power deal

A CONSORTIUM of General Electric and Power Construction Corporation of China has been awarded the tender to develop the Batoka Gorge Hydro Electric Sc

Introducing EcoCash Self-service Portal

Here's a list of what you can do on your own.

This is Google's answer to WhatsApp

WhatsApp is the dominant messaging platform in South Africa, and is often the first app to be downloaded on new smartphones.This is despite a

MTN, UNITEL eye stake in NetOne

The government has cleared a US$20 million debt to NetOne with revelations the parastatal's partial privatisation is on course as two regional telecom

Zimbabwe mobile tariffs now lowest in the region

Zimbabwe mobile tariffs compared to the SADC region and other African countries have become insanely too low and no longer makes business sense a surv

What the latest telecoms report is telling us about Zimbabwe economy

COSTS are rising, investment is falling and customers are using less money on their cellphones, according to the latest quarterly report on Zimbabwe's

'Court erred in clearing Chivayo'

THE High Court erred in various respects when it cleared businessman Wicknell Chivayo of fraud in a case he allegedly swindled Government of $5,6 mill

Fuel prices up again

THE price of petrol went up by $0.84 cents, Saturday a few days after Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube indicated he would be comfortable with an increase

Telecoms firms feel the pinch as inflation hits revenues

Zimbabwe telecoms sector has for the first time ever in the past 4 years recorded a major revenue dip while they continue to suffer serious inflationa

Trapped funds negatively affecting Econet's Kwese TV

TELECOMMUNICATIONS conglomerate Econet Wireless is struggling to repatriate its funds from Zimbabwe a situation that has negatively affected its bid t

Zimbabwe mobile networks face blackouts as power cuts persists!

With current ZESA outage running for 18hrs per day and possible fuel and power price increase, mobile networks will soon have to switch off base stati

Facebook's $5-billion privacy settlement approved

U.S. officials approved a record $5 billion privacy settlement with Facebook Inc. to resolve the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, people said, prompt

Govt to cede TelOne, NetOne majority shares by year-end

GOVERNMENT is moving to complete the sale of its majority shareholding in fixed telecommunications company TelOne and mobile operator NetOne by year-e

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