TelOne creates own financial mess

As we speak a lot of valuable infrastructure is still out there which TelOne can easily convert into cash.
By Newsday Nov. 16, 2023

$335bn debt chokes TelOne

The AG noted that the company had not been able to secure foreign currency to service foreign loans.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 15, 2023

Candid Comment: We are finally seeing the logic behind Mutapa fund

The response failed to note that the minister in question, Felix Mhona, has not responded or authorized the scandalous expenditure by the board.
By Alfonce Mbizwo Oct. 27, 2023

Potraz approves two-fold tariff rise for telcos

US dollar tariffs, however, remain unchanged.
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 24, 2023

WiFi Boys hold on as central region race heats up

Former ZPC Kariba man Blessing Sibanda notched the all-important goal for the Tendai Chikuni-coached side.
By Terry Madyauta Oct. 17, 2023

Telcos battle rising vandalism

The latest development comes after State-owned telecommunication company, TelOne, said in July that vandalism incidents on its infrastructure rose by 20,7% in 2022 compared to the prior year.
By Business Reporter Aug. 17, 2023

Telcos battle rising cases of vandalism

Mandiveyi added that vandalism was costing the telecommunications industry millions of dollars every year, and that this affected service delivery and customer experience.
By Donald Nyandoro Aug. 16, 2023

Zimdollar fall: TelOne suffers US$7,4m loss

In a statement yesterday following its AGM, TelOne said the loss of value was significant given that government accounted for over 50% of its debtors’ book.
By Business Reporter Jun. 30, 2023

Legacy debts hold back TelOne’s US$50m plan

The statement said TelOne invested US$9 million in the business during the year ended December 31 2022, all of it from internally generated resources.
By Elma Zhoya Jun. 30, 2023