How internet is empowering Zim to showcase communities

Yet, for years, the ability of everyday Zimbabweans to share and celebrate the beauty of their homeland has been limited by geographical barriers and technological constraints.
By Jacob Mutisi Jul. 12, 2024

Internet providers bemoan high taxation

Ncube said the operators feel that there are too many taxes being applied, adding for every dollar earned, US$0,35 went towards taxes.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 7, 2024

Zim going nowhere with delusional leaders

However, today, the Government of Zimbabwe is rehashing the same promises it made years ago — which have largely remained unfilled.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Mar. 5, 2024

Online shopping and small businesses

Sales online allow less physical presence in brick and mortar, which reduces operational costs by a marginal percentage.
By Tanaka Chikwenhere Feb. 16, 2024

Lies, detection and rejection?

Bankman-Fried is in court as I write, having defrauded multiple billions of US dollars from his Ponzi afflicted superrich investors.
By David Harrison Dec. 1, 2023

Revolution of healthcare

The internet empowers individuals in this regard in several ways.
By Jacob Mutisi Nov. 3, 2023

Zim libraries must embrace new tech

They provide guidance on research techniques, information literacy and help users find credible and reliable sources.
By Jacob Mutisi Aug. 4, 2023

Telecel, NetOne lose subscriptions

In the period under review, the total number of active mobile telephone subscriptions declined by 1,7% to 14,05 million, from 14,3 million recorded in the previous quarter.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 26, 2023

Is Africa ready to join the IoT revolution?

Many still lack the infrastructure and connectivity needed to support IoT applications, and there is a significant digital divide between urban and rural areas.
By Respect Gwenzi Jun. 23, 2023