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Industry 4.0: The smart business for today’s entrepreneur

The internet in developing countries is largely underutilised especially in Africa.
By Francis Chitambira Dec. 12, 2022

Fire disrupts internet on Africa's highest peak

Tanzanian authorities have not yet revealed the extent of the damage caused by the fire.
By BBC News Nov. 2, 2022

Protesters gather in Sudan on coup anniversary amid internet blockage

A year on, Sudan's military leaders have not appointed a prime minister, while Islamists loyal to Bashir purged from the civil service have returned.
By Reuters Oct. 25, 2022

Business opinion: Intellectual branding in the age of artificial intelligence

Remember it is communication that pivots the evolution of humanity.
By Farai Chigora and tabani moyo Oct. 2, 2022

Turkish president due in Tehran to meet Iranian, Russian counterparts

Erdogan and Raisi will co-chair the seventh meeting of the Türkiye-Iran High-Level Cooperation Council in Tehran on July 19, the presidency said in a statement.

By The NewsDay Jul. 25, 2022

Financial constraints slow down ICT penetration

JUST 14,2% of Zimbabwe households own a computer while nearly 59% were found with a smartphone showing that full information communication technology (ICT) penetration in the country remains slow, a new report shows.

By The NewsDay Oct. 3, 2021

Financial constraints slow down ICT penetration

JUST 14,2% of Zimbabwe households own a computer while nearly 59% were found with a smartphone showing that full information communication technology (ICT) penetration in the country remains slow, a new report shows.

By The NewsDay Oct. 3, 2021

The endemic marginalisation of rural artistes

COVID-19 has resulted in the marginalisation of rural artists whose talent has now been placed into oblivion due to lack of access to internet-based technologies, which can enable them to live-stream and showcase their talents.

By The NewsDay Sep. 5, 2021

The endemic marginalisation of rural artistes

COVID-19 has resulted in the marginalisation of rural artists whose talent has now been placed into oblivion due to lack of access to internet-based technologies, which can enable them to live-stream and showcase their talents.

By The NewsDay Sep. 5, 2021