Liquid Telecom has mitigated network issues caused by WACS break

Liquid Telecom has released a statement explaining how it has mitigated network issues related to the WACS cable break."To help ensure continu

Mobile money subscriptions up 15%

The number of active mobile money subscriptions continued on a growth trajectory, registering a 15 percent growth in 2019, according to regulator, Pos

Zimbabwe clears Eskom debt

The Minister of energy Advocate Fortune Chasi has announced that Zimbabwe has cleared all the debt that it owes to South Africa's power utility ESKOM.

Ster-Kinekor shuts its doors

MOVIE lovers are in for a dry season after local cinema house Ster-Kinekor Zimbabwe closed doors as a precaution to the coronavirus epidemic which rec

Telecoms players call on Fourth Industrial Revolution

PLAYERS in the telecommunications sector have appealed to the Government to prioritise and channel more resources towards embracing the Fourth Industr

Pastors cancel services, call for Ecocash tithes

TITHES, the lifeblood of most churches, will be paid through mobile money while services will be livestreamed as churches prepare for life during the

Hwange 7 & 8's first 300 megawatts to come on stream by October 2021

SINOHYDRO, the main contractor executing the Hwange 7 and 8 power expansion, says the project is 40 percent complete.The US$1,1 billion ventur

Special data bundle unveiled

In a move that will go a long way in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the country' s biggest mobile operator, rec

400 Govt vehicles under surveillance

GOVERNMENT has installed over 400 vehicles with tracking systems under a $53 million facility set aside to monitor its fleet to curb abuse of cars and

Covid-19: Wake up call for ICT departments

THE coronavirus outbreak is a wake-up call to our government's ICT departments that as a nation we need to initiate and promote digitalisation across

ZESA rolling out US$500 million solar projects

Power utility, Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA Holdings), in a move aimed at switching from hydro and thermal sources of electricity to so

TelOne clients face blacklisting penalties

Converged telecommunications company, TelOne has vowed to take stringent "blacklisting" conditions against clients who would not have cleared their ou

Zimbabwe mobile penetration rate drops to 60%

Zimbabwe mobile penetration has recorded a decline of 2.5% to reach 90.6% in 2019 from 93.1% in recorded 2018 due to cost of living adjustment as Zimb

Zimbabwe international voice traffic drops to 170 million minutes

International incoming traffic has declined by 4.4% to record 170.7million from 178.4million minutes recorded in 2018.The decline is attribute

Powertel upgrades network

Powertel Communications an internet service provider (ISP) in Zimbabwe has taken measures to upgrade its communication system in the fight against the

Telcos donate ICT equipment towards COVID19 fight

Local telecommunications companies through the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (POTRAZ) and Ministry of ICT, Postal and Courier Ser

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