Digitisation project remains under-funded

Zimbabwe's eight-year-old digitisation project, which now requires a total of about US$173 million to be completed, remains under-funded, latest stati

Drones to patrol Zimbabwe borders

DRONES will soon be patrolling the country's borders as Government moves to address security challenges posed by border jumpers who could be spreading

Companies urged to adopt fourth Industrial Revolution solutions

THE Covid-19-induced national lockdown presents a good opportunity for local companies to consider adopting 4th Industrial Revolution solutions to enh

Clean City to use drones in fight against COVID-19

GOVERNMENT has given Clean City, which is 100% owned by Cassava Zimbabwe a seal of approval to deploy drones which will be used to spray disinfectants

Bulawayo needs 200 ventilators

BULAWAYO hospitals require 200 ventilators and 500 beds for them to be fully equipped to deal with coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in the event that more

How Apple and Google' s coronavirus tracing will work

Apple Inc. and Google addressed questions about their upcoming Covid-19 smartphone contact-tracing solution on Monday, providing details about a partn

WATCH: 5G technology linked to coronavirus pandemic?

Claims that 5G technology could be linked to the spread of the coronavirus have been spreading online for weeks.China was reportedly the first

White City Stadium electronic timing system now functional

THE White City Stadium electronic timing system is back to order following repairs by Belgian engineer Eddie Vanyutven, whose company TimeTronics inst

Chamisa's MDC to hold Smart Councils Summit on next week

The Nelson Chamisa led Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) plans to hold an inaugural Smart Councils Summit next week amid concern of gross interfere

BancABC introduces a messaging app

BancABC recently introduced a new digital innovation to extend banking services to customers on the popular messaging app, WhatsApp which they termed

WATCH: Mthuli Ncube explains satellite launch remarks

Zimbabwe is going to orbit, finance minister Mthuli Ncube announced as he unveiled his 2020 national budget in Parliament, boycotted by opposition MPs

Zimbabwe plans space satellite

The give-away was a premeditated double take for defiant effect.In the middle of Zimbabwe's worst economic crisis in over a decade, finance mi

'Technology fuelling child sexual abuse'

TECHNOLOGY is fuelling child sexual abuse because most of the violence against children is being committed online, a Judicial Services Commission (JSC

Fuel monitoring system rolled out

Government has released US$300 000 for the national roll-out of electronic fuel monitoring devices that will curb malpractices in the petroleum indust

Insurance firms lag behind on technology

A HUGE chunk of Zimbabwe's insurance firms do not have software to analyse and debunk risks associated with their business, a survey conducted by Afri

NUST develops Zimbabwe's first trolley bus

The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) is developing Zimbabwe's first prototype electric bus which it expects to improve the country

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