Zimbabwe MPs, Senators get Samsung tablets

The Government of Zimbabwe has availed 350 tablets to legislators and senators, it has emerged.The tablets were given to 270 legislators and 8

The powerful US legal weapon against Huawei

By filing a racketeering charge against Huawei Technologies Co., federal prosecutors unleashed a potent legal weapon in a multipronged and increasingl

Parly Committee impressed with ICT Universal Service Fund projects

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services says telecommunications infrastructure that

Parliament commends Potraz over rural base stations

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has been commended for constructing base stations in marginalised communit

Potraz donates laptops to Rushinga schools

A TOTAL of five schools in Rushinga, Mashonaland Central yesterday received 50 state-of-the-art laptops from the Postal and Telecommunications Regulat

Zimbabwe NPA partners Russia, Italy for cyber forensics

THE National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has struck partnership deals with Italy and Russia among other countries to capacitate its prosecutors in cyb

Some degrees to become obsolete

THE Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education Professor Amon Murirwa has reiterated on the shelving some of the degrees offered by the country's learn

'Build more labs, embrace innovation'

THERE is a glaring shortage of basic science laboratories in Beitbridge schools and it is very critical for the youth to embrace innovation to push th

Bunking civil servants to lose salaries

THE Public Service Commission has ordered all workers on government payroll to update their biometric details before the end of the month or risk bein

Zimbabwe govt lashed over Huawei tax exemption

The Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has defiantly lashed out at the government of Zimbabwe over their recent move to exempt Chine

PSC extends biometric registration

THE biometric registration for civils servants has been extended up to the end of this month.The exercise was conducted from August to Septemb

Civil servants given ultimatum over compulsory biometric registration

GOVERNMENT has urged all civil servants to comply with the compulsory biometric registration or risk being struck off the payroll by month-end.

Parliament to tour Potraz projects

THE parliamentary portfolio committee on Information Communication Technology (ICT) will from today embark on a week-long tour of various provinces ac

ICT Parliamentarians on Potraz fact-finding mission

The PARLIAMENT portfolio committee on Information Communication Technology (ICT) has embarked on a week-long tour in various provinces across the coun

Ministry to train youths in ICT

THE Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies, Postal and Courier Services is set to embark on a nationwide programme of training youths

Ministry working on ensuring universal access to information

THE Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services has said it is working on ensuring universal access to information as it seeks to rai

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