Bill seeks to end child internet abuse

GOVERNMENT is committed to fighting abuse of children on the internet as evidenced by the crafting of the Cyber Crime, Security and Data Protection Bi

Zimbabwe govt starts pilot run for new accounting system

The government has started a pilot run of the new accounting system for its entities as it moves to professionalise the public sector, Business Times

Zimbabwe high-tech delegation in India

INFORMATION Communication Technology (ICT) ministry has facilitated attendance of a high-tech India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2019 to tap into the Asian g

Zimbabwe govt moves to close digital gap

ZIMBABWE is making strides to close the digital divide between the country and the developed world by providing Internet access to marginalised a

Polytechnics urged to adopt new technologies

Polytechnics should embark on a relentless drive for adoption, adaptation and import substitution of advanced technologies in line with the policy of

Govt to unveil electronic fuel monitoring

The government is fast pushing for the introduction of electronic monitoring devices for the petroleum industry as part of measures to reduce arbitrag

Cyber Crime Bill gets the nod

Cabinet yesterday approved the Cyber Crime, Security and Data Protection Bill which seeks to combat cyber crimes and enhance security in the wake of r

Potraz donates state of the art computer lab

Telecoms regulator Potraz on Wednesday donated a computer lab to Masvingo High School which falls under the Zimbabwe National Army Schools Welfare Tru

US pushes Facebook for access to WhatsApp messages

The US Department of Justice has asked Facebook to delay its plans to implement end-to-end encryption across all its messaging services.Facebo

Biometric authentication project extended to October 31

THE Public Service Commission (PSC) has extended the biometric authentication project and mop-up exercise to October 31, 2019 as Government presses ah

Teachers plead for biometric registration deadline extension

TEACHERS have pleaded with government to extend the biometric authentication registration deadline which lapses today.Teachers and the rest of

Teachers slam 'shambolic' biometric registration exercise

CIVIL servants in rural areas have bemoaned the slow pace of the ongoing biometric registration exercise saying it was now adversely affecting their w

Govt installs trackers on vehicles and Zupco buses

The Central Mechanical and Equipment Department (CMED) has set up a control room at its headquarters in the city to monitor the movement of all Govern

Huawei CFO returns to court

Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief financial officer returned to a Vancouver courtroom Monday, beginning in earnest her efforts to convince a Canadian co

Biometrics to weed out ghost workers

Civil servants have been given up to Monday next week to register on the biometric registration exercise or risk being struck off the payroll, as Gove

Mnangagwa's advisors clash over EcoCash

One of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's advisors and National Business Council of Zimbabwe executive chair Keith Guzah has given EcoCash CEO Natalie Jab

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