WATCH: Mthuli Ncube explains satellite launch remarks

Zimbabwe is going to orbit, finance minister Mthuli Ncube announced as he unveiled his 2020 national budget in Parliament, boycotted by opposition MPs

Zimbabwe plans space satellite

The give-away was a premeditated double take for defiant effect.In the middle of Zimbabwe's worst economic crisis in over a decade, finance mi

'Technology fuelling child sexual abuse'

TECHNOLOGY is fuelling child sexual abuse because most of the violence against children is being committed online, a Judicial Services Commission (JSC

Fuel monitoring system rolled out

Government has released US$300 000 for the national roll-out of electronic fuel monitoring devices that will curb malpractices in the petroleum indust

Insurance firms lag behind on technology

A HUGE chunk of Zimbabwe's insurance firms do not have software to analyse and debunk risks associated with their business, a survey conducted by Afri

NUST develops Zimbabwe's first trolley bus

The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) is developing Zimbabwe's first prototype electric bus which it expects to improve the country

PSL to test electronic ticketing system at BF

THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) electronic ticketing system meant to ease transactions at turnstiles will be tested at Barbourfields Stadium in the Ch

Apple working on a touchscreen keyboard you can feel

Apple could introduce new haptic display feedback technology that will make the virtual keyboards on its devices' touchscreens feel more real.

DStv Now downtime caused by too many people logging in

DStv has provided insight into what caused its DStv Now service to experience downtime during the Springboks versus New Zealand rugby world cup match

More drones for ZETDC

Power retailer, Zimbabwe Electricity Distribution Company (ZETDC), has gone to tender for the supply of drones, which will be used to curb copper cabl

'Consumers critical in fourth industrial revolution'

RAPID changes in the information and communication technologies (ICTs) sector have left consumers excluded from critical decisions by business and oth

MIT builds system to reduce video buffering on busy Wi-Fi

MIT researchers have created a tool which reduces the amount of buffering that takes place on congested data connections,

Fungisai lines up virtual album launch

Gospel musician Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavave is set to launch her upcoming album online, making use of social media to get a wider reach.Soc

Robots are solving banks' research problem

As lawmakers in Brasilia debated a controversial pension overhaul for months, a robot more than 5,000 miles away in London kept a close eye on all 513

Tax administrators called to embrace technology

THE high-level Africa tax policy dialogue opened in Victoria Falls on Wednesday amid calls for tax administrators to embrace modern technology to be a

Young geeks pioneer new technologies

Davison Nhika is the branch supervisor at the Third Street CMED (Central Mechanical and Engineering Department) service station in central Harare, and

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