TelOne to launch neo-face recognition technology

State-owned telecoms firm TelOne is planning to launch a neo face recognition technology early next year at the country's airports and traffic lights

Japanese mobile networks ban Huawei

Japan's three largest mobile phone carriers - SoftBank, NTT Docomo, and KDDI - announced they will no longer use equipment from Huawei or any other Ch

'Zimbabwe telecoms investment costs drop 35%'

ZIMBABWE's infrastructure sharing model has yielded up to 35 percent drop in the cost of investment in the information and telecommunications sector,

Tsholotsho gets network boost

The government will continue rolling out projects aimed at bridging the digital divide and ensuring universal access to telecommunication services,&nb

MDC sued over $14 000 telecoms equipment hire debt

THE High Court has ordered opposition MDC party to pay $14 146 to a local telecommunications firm, Ericom Communications, for equipment hired nearly t

Zimbabwe telecoms sector on growth path, revenues exceed $1billion

Zimbabwe's telecoms sector generated revenue in excess of $1 billion and contributed 7,2 % to the country's gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017, the

TelOne drags RioZim to Court over telephone bill

Telone (Private) Limited has dragged Rio Tinto Zimbabwe Limited to the High Court after the mining company reportedly failed to pay a $144 000 telepho

All DEOD subscription packages

DEOD offers two core Subscription options, On Demand and TV Channels. These are available on their own or in combination under DEOD Premium.Al

PHOTOS: TelOne Centre for Learning graduation ceremony

It was a joyous day at TelOne Centre for Learning where 225 telecommunication technician graduands were awarded diplomas and degrees after successfull

TelOne Centre for Learning to become a specialised ICT University

It was a joyous day at TelOne Centre for Learning where 225 telecommunication technician graduands were awarded diplomas and degrees after successfull

TelOne selling scrap metal

TelOne invites sealed tenders from bidders interested in the purchase of scrap metal and other assorted items.

TelOne leverages VoIP in govt departments

Telecoms Operator TelOne recently revealed its motives to introduce the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) project in government departments at the 2

Kazembe running key parastatals without Board members

The newly appointed minister of ICT and Cyber Security, Hon Kazembe Kazembe, is officially now running without key parastatal boards, and he needs to

TelOne fights for survival

Operations at TelOne, the country's largest State-owned fixed network operator, could face significant stumbling blocks in the medium to long term due

TelOne offering $2,000 reward

TELONE has offered a reward of $2000 for those who will help the company fight against theft and vandalism of telecommunications assets such as copper

$318m debt cripples TelOne

FIXED telecommunications network operator TelOne's US$318 million debt book is hampering the company's ability to operate effectively, prompting the p

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