Regulation has put Zim at transformation forefront

All importers of ICT products and services are required to obtain a valid import license.
By Jacob Mutisi Jul. 19, 2024

Great books I have read in 2024

I am grateful that I have passed my reading habit to many people and love the feedback from old and new readers.
By Trevor Ncube Jul. 18, 2024

JSC shields new judges from scrutiny

Journalist Mlondolozi Ndlovu recently wrote to the JSC requesting information related to the interviews and final selection of the judges.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 14, 2024

Why Texas is uniquely equipped for rapid growth in utility-scale battery storage

A range of factors has pushed Texas to the forefront of this critical sector, including: 
By Parker Hills Jun. 16, 2024

Using IT to rehabilitate Zim’s prisoners

Traditionally, rehabilitation efforts in Zimbabwe's prisons have focused on vocational training, counseling, and basic education programs.
By Jacob Mutisi Jun. 14, 2024

SADC PF calls for child-friendly policies to keep children in school

She reiterated the need for national parliaments to provide oversight on the implementation of Article 11 of the African Children’s Charter relating to the human right to education.
By Moses Magadza Jun. 12, 2024

African Sun sets aside US$11m in capex for 2024

This comes as African Sun is anticipating positive yields on the growing demand for meetings, incentives, conferencing and events business as well as several high-profile events.
By Tatira Zwinoira Jun. 12, 2024

The transformative potential of satellite, AI technologies in the African context

This includes basic computer skills, online safety awareness, ethical considerations and critical thinking for evaluating information online.
By Tororiro Isaac Chaza Jun. 7, 2024

Govt targets US$ from flights using Zim airspace

The Transport and Infrastructural Development ministry has officially implemented new regulations stipulating fees through Statutory Instrument 98 of 2024 starting from June 1.
By Problem Masau Jun. 4, 2024