Zim mobile phone usage climbs up

Mobile internet and data subscriptions climbed 7,5% to 10,65 million, with penetration reaching 70,1%.
By Problem Masau Jan. 1, 2024

Forex challenges choke telecoms operators

The industry regulator said this had seen players failing to provide services in some remote areas of the country, cutting off some sections of the population from the global world.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 29, 2023

Potraz defends tariff hikes

Machengete also dismissed claims that Zimbabwe had the most expensive data tariff in the world, saying the information was "misleading and malicious."
By Donald Nyandoro Oct. 30, 2023

Breaking digital barriers: POTRAZ empowers visually impaired individuals with ICT skills

ZAVH executive director Timothy Mudarikwa also added that as the digital world evolves, people with disabilities need to continue learning and exploring.
By Innocent Muraiwa Oct. 11, 2023

Potraz appeals to govt on US$ pricing

The country’s telecommunication sector has been facing a serious pricing headache on the back of a biting hyperinflation and an unstable macroeconomic environment.
By Julia Ndlela Sep. 3, 2023

Zim lands seat on continental telecoms body

The sixth TAS meeting in running under the banner Connect, Innovate and Transform.
By Emma Nhancumba Apr. 26, 2023

Uproar over ED texts

In a letter dated April 11, Misa Zimbabwe chapter director Tabani Moyo said the messages were based on constituency segmentations as per the voters roll.
By Problem Masau Apr. 14, 2023

Power outages vex Potraz

Magadzire told NewsDay that as a result of the power challenges, consumers were buying services from mobile network operators, which they were not fully utilising.
By Evans Mathanda Jan. 30, 2023

Inadequate foreign currency allocations hampering network expansion: Potraz

In his sector performance report for December, Potraz director-general Gift Machengete said the telecommunication sector has not been spared the harsh economic conditions.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jan. 4, 2023