Vaya unveils Vaya cross border and Vaya intercity services

Cassava's Vaya mobility division has unveiled two new services that is Vaya Cross Border and Vaya Intercity ahead of the busy holiday season.S

EcoCash brings relief

ZIMBABWE'S largest mobile money platform, EcoCash, is now fully back on line after a major and extensive system upgrade last month. The upgrade result

Google faces renewed scrutiny from US investigators

U.S. antitrust enforcers are examining Google's conduct in the online shopping comparison market as they continue their probe of the search giant.

Vaya Tractor seals strategic partnerships

Cassava Smartech's EcoFarmer Vaya tractor has clinched strategic corporate partnerships with CBZ, the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco) and farm equ

EcoCash is down again

EcoCash has been stuck in an upgrade cycle since Saturday 16 November. Whilst the planned upgrade has been announced as complete a number of time sinc

Intel blames Qualcomm for billions lost in mobile business

Intel said it blames Qualcomm for the performance of its mobile chip business.This is stated in court documents contesting Qualcomm's appeal o

Twitter CEO to spend up to six months in Africa

Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey returned from a trip touring African startups ready to go back.He said in a Twitter post last

Zimbabwean born Ndlovu takes over as new CIVH CEO in SA

Community Investment Ventures Holdings (CIVH) has announced that Raymond Ndlovu is its new CEO and will lead the company's newly-announced executive t

Vodacom CFO quits

Vodacom CFO Till Streichert has resigned only days after the company announced that its CTO Andries Delport would be leaving.MyBroadband learn

Telecel dragged to court over US$749 900 debt

AN Egyptian company rendering a variety of services to Telecel Zimbabwe (Private) Limited, ARPU Telecommunications Services S.A.E Limited, has dragged

Econet shop closes over Guard suicide

The Econet Wireless Shop where a Guard Alert security guard committed suicide after he shot himself in the head over stolen cell phones has temporaril

Dell forecasts lower sales due to Intel chip shortages

Dell Technologies Inc. lowered its annual revenue forecast after component shortages from supplier Intel Corp. blunted growth prospects despite buoyan

Telecel employees protest low wages

Telecel employees on Monday staged a sit in and refused to vacate the mobile networks' company boardroom compelling the chief executive Angeline Vere

Axia targets growth through diversification

Axia Corp says that it will expand its business into areas which it is not traditionally known for with particular focus on export oriented business t

NetOne looks to narrow liquidity gap

Mobile network operator NetOne has directed its focus on narrowing the liquidity gap and restoring value through maintaining a quality balance sheet a

Subdued EcoCash services affect retail sales

THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers (CZR) says mobile money transactions have in the last few days declined to below 10 percent in the retail sect

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