HARARE City Council has come under fire from ratepayers for failing to urgently address its blacked out billing system. The system was disconnected a
CAPS United player Hardlife Zvirekwi looks set to receive a prosthetic hand following the success of the 3D prosthetic hand printing trial which is be
More than 30 schools in Manicaland are set to benefit from the ICT Transforming Education in Africa programme being implemented in three African count
ACTING ZIFA vice president Philemon Machana says the association could have lost thousands of dollars to scammers in the final AFCON qualifier against
African Development Bank (AfDB) president, Akinwumi Adesina, has pleaded with Africans to embrace technology, and governments to urgently move away fr
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has urged local farmers to embrace new technologies and to be hands-on in their farming approach for them to maximise pro
CHIEF Justice Luke Malaba has appointed a nine-member committee to spearhead the digitisation of courts by year-end, a development expected to cut lit
Walmart Inc. will let customers order groceries by voice through Google's smart-home assistant, an attempt to counter Amazon.com Inc.'s growing clout
Government has launched the biotechnology and advanced cattle reproductive technologies programme being implemented by the Chinhoyi University of Tech
Econet Wireless Executive Fayaz King tweeted that some fellas from Cumii will be helping out the Cyclone Idai search party by deploying drones.
China is poised to become one of 5G's leading markets, enabled in large part by the volume and density of the 4G network that the country has already
After two decades in development, chipmakers are making a costly bet on a technology that will cram even more transistors onto silicon. Their success
SA may soon turn to drones to help it to protect its porous borders from illegal immigrants.Defence minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said on S
THE Government is calling upon private and public companies to take an active role in supporting e-learning in schools so that they continue to bridge
AFP reports that a novel processing method has been developed that allows for the production of solar panels at lower temperatures and reduced costs.
Former deputy premier, Arthur Mutambara has said for Zimbabwe to prosper economically, it needs to transition into the fourth industrial revolution.