STATE-owned mobile telecommunications giant, NetOne has stepped in to offer a salary and bulk payments solution due to the ongoing dispute between loc
THE government said it has developed a rural electrification master plan, mainly anchored on harnessing solar power that will see most rural communiti
Live broadcast of Africa Cup of Nations matches by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation hangs in the balance, as the national broadcaster is battling
YouTube is testing a new layout for its comment section on its Android app which hides comments by default,
Vodacom has announced that its strategic repositioning of its Vodacom Business Africa operations will result in three share purchase agreements in Afr
Google will no longer make tablet devices and will focus instead on other hardware like laptops,
On Tuesday, Facebook announced its new cryptocurrency Libra with a white paper and prototype of the client software. Regulators are already tripping o
Apple has written a letter to US
The billionaire founder of Apple Inc.'s largest supplier asked the U.S. company to move part of its sprawling production chain from China to neighbori
MultiChoice may retrench over 2,000 employees in its call centres and walk-in customer service centres, according to a statement from the ICTU trade u
Strive Masiiwa's blue-chip company, Econet Group, has been exposed as one of the several companies that are violating labour laws and abusing workers'
If there is one thing that's guaranteed, your call to NetOne customer service will always go through in the first seconds you attempt, of course some
Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) is battling to acquire broadcasting rights for the Africa Cup of Nations that kick off in Egypt tomorrow.
Zimbabwe's largest diversified media group, Zimpapers (1980) Limited surpassed its revenue and profitability targets for the first five months of the
Cassava-On Demand subsidiary, Vaya has extended the "Vaya An Ambulance For Free Promotion" from July 31 2019 to the 31 January 2020 in order to raise
A university student has become the first person in the UK to be convicted of making a viable gun with a 3D printer.Tendai Muswere, 26, pleade