Electronic cargo tracking system comes alive

Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra)  on Friday put into operation the electronic cargo tracking system (ECTS), introduced as a pilot project in 20

ICT health data capturing platform launched

Health and Child Care minister Obadiah Moyo yesterday launched the Zimbabwean HIV and Health Situation Room, a software designed to help the governmen

'Cyber Security Bill to curb Internet abuse'

Government believes the Cybercrime and Cyber Security Bill will combat cybercrimes when it becomes law. This was said by Information, Publicit

US asks World Trade Organisation to back off China

The U.S. asked the World Trade Organization to suspend its dispute over China's intellectual property practices for six months, according to a notice

Mnangagwa's soldiers, nurses fail to access their money

Some civil servants - most of them soldiers and nurses - failed to access their salaries on Friday after a Mauritian company switched off its electron

NPA takes over Potraz boss' prosecution

PROSECUTORS from the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) have taken over the trial of Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe

Anti-corruption special unit dumps Potraz boss's case

The presidential anti-corruption special prosecution unit has dumped the matter in which the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zim

Deputy Ministry Mutodi sued over RTGS$40 000 debt

INFORMATION ministry deputy minister, Energy Mutodi's struggling company National Housing Development Trust (NHDT), risks having its bank accounts gar

Chitungwiza VID adopts electronic learner's licence testing system

THE Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) finally launched the electronic learner's licence testing system (ELLT), which is aimed at reducing corruption

How China has won the battle for rare earths

It was Beijing's decision almost 30 years ago to make rare earths a strategic material, and ban foreigners from mining them, that helped pave the way

Cellphones to be banned in Zimbabwe Parliament

SPEAKER of Parliament Advocate Jacob Mudenda says he will persuade the Committee on Standing Rules to ban cellphones in the House during sessions beca

CMED installs govt vehicle tracking system

The Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) initiative to ban the use of state vehicles on unsanctioned business comes into effect with the Central

Zimbabwe's e-learning programme transforms rural schools

THE government's e-learning programme which is funded through the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) universal se

Google warns US government of security risks from Huawei ban

Google has warned the Trump administration that it risks compromising U.S. national security if it goes ahead with export restrictions on Huawei, and

Govt urged to increase e-learning budget

GOVERNMENT should consider increasing the budget for e-learning in schools because it is now a basic need for pupils.This was revealed by the

Parties face censure for accessing phone numbers to canvas for votes

Political parties will be prosecuted and penalised for accessing personal mobile phone numbers and using them to canvas for votes from the electorate

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