Mnangagwa tears into Internet trolls

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday led Zanu-PF bigwigs in castigating social media trolls roundly for having falsely spread rumours that Vice

Vaya unveils Vaya cross border and Vaya intercity services

Cassava's Vaya mobility division has unveiled two new services that is Vaya Cross Border and Vaya Intercity ahead of the busy holiday season.S

EcoCash brings relief

ZIMBABWE'S largest mobile money platform, EcoCash, is now fully back on line after a major and extensive system upgrade last month. The upgrade result

6 new TV channels to go live in next three months

Zimbabwe will have six television channels in the next three months as the Second Republic moves to ensure diversity in the broadcasting industry, a C

Liquid Telecom rolls out free Wi-Fi

Liquid Telecom has successfully rolled out free Wi-Fi across 48 higher and tertiary learning institutions in Zimbabwe as part of its long-term initiat

Google faces renewed scrutiny from US investigators

U.S. antitrust enforcers are examining Google's conduct in the online shopping comparison market as they continue their probe of the search giant.

Zimbabwe mulls nuclear power as solution to power deficits

GOVERNMENT is in the early stages of negotiating with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to seek approval in exploring nuclear energy gener

Zesa announces stage two load shedding

Zesa holdings this Monday announced that the power utility  is now implementing load shedding stage two which will see consumers enduring more ho

Social media affair, woman raped

SOCIAL media flirting turned sour last weekend when a Harare woman was raped by her "online boyfriend". The two knew each other through social media a

Vaya Tractor seals strategic partnerships

Cassava Smartech's EcoFarmer Vaya tractor has clinched strategic corporate partnerships with CBZ, the Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco) and farm equ

Gmail rolls out new attachment feature

Google has announced a new feature that will allow users

Satellites could soon outnumber visible stars

Expect the night sky to start changing fast. One day soon, the stars we can see from Earth could be outnumbered by a vast swarm of satellites.

Global TV ad sales take a beating

Global TV advertising sales fell almost 4% in 2019, the steepest drop since the depths of the economic recession in 2009, in the latest sign that adve

DStv gives local clients Christmas bonus

LOCAL DStv subscribers will be getting a rare treat from their service provider when they renew their subscriptions this month as they will get a free

Zimbabwe to acquire modern aviation radar system

IN the wake of ongoing flight disruptions as a result of Zimbabwe's outdated aviation traffic control system - which broke down last week rattling the

Zimbabwean consumers cry foul over data prices

CONSUMERS have raised concern over the high data prices in Zimbabwe saying most people including the working class can no longer afford to buy data bu

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