Council under fire over billing system

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Zimbabwe soccer player to get 3D printed prosthetic hand

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

30 schools to benefit from ICT project

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Zifa online ticket sales backfires?

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Currency of the future will be coding - Adesina

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Mnangagwa tells farmers embrace new technology

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Zimbabwe courts to go digital

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 launches voice-activated shopping through Google Assistant

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Zimbabwe launches advanced cattle reproductive technologies

Government has launched the biotechnology and advanced cattle reproductive technologies programme being implemented by the Chinhoyi University of Tech

Econet using drones to assist in Cyclone Idai rescue operations

Econet Wireless Executive Fayaz King tweeted that some fellas from Cumii will be helping out the Cyclone Idai search party by deploying drones.

'China poised to become a leading 5G market'

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

iPhones improve each year thanks to an obscure Japanese firm

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 plans border drone patrols to keep illegal immigrants out

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

Zimbabwe govt calls for partnership in e-learning drive

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

Inkjet printed solar panels could revolutionize green energy

AFP reports that a novel processing method has been developed that allows for the production of solar panels at lower temperatures and reduced costs.

Zimbabwe has to embrace the 4th industrial revolution to prosper

Former deputy premier, Arthur Mutambara has said for Zimbabwe to prosper economically, it needs to transition into the fourth industrial revolution.

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