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

Letters: The rights of children in the digital age

The day is, therefore, a reminder of the costly price these children paid for demanding respect for their fundamental rights to education and freedom.
By Amh Voices Jun. 18, 2023

Govt snooping slows down internet access: Survey

Over the years, many African governments have resolved to censor a variety of apps and sites, especially around election time.
By Lorraine Muromo Apr. 5, 2023

Innovative crowd-investing app ‘PiggyBankAdvisor’ launched

Innovation is the systematic practice of developing and marketing breakthrough products and services for adoption by customers.
By Staff Writer Mar. 17, 2023

Americans Lost a Record $10.3 Billion to Online Scammers Last Year, FBI Says

The FBI said its Internet Crime Complaint Center, or IC3, recorded more than 800,000 complaints in 2022, or more than 2,000 complaints a day.
By WSJ Mar. 14, 2023

How does binary options trading work?

Steps to Trade Binary Options
By Newsday Mar. 13, 2023

Zimbabwe yet to receive Starlink application

News of Starlink’s interest on Zimbabwe had held markets spellbound since the announcement was made in December.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 5, 2023