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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
As the economy plunges into misery, Zimbabwe’s largest  Internet Service Provider (ISP), Liquid Telecoms has offered the local careworn business fraternity “temporary relief.” Liquid is set to roll out a relief initiative of providing 20%-50% additional bandwidth with speeds of up to fifty percent faster....
Institute to offer training to stakeholdersA multi-pronged delivery strategy developed Training portal also launched Harare- The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has launched the ZSE Training Institute that will offer training to stakeholders on various capital markets subjects. The Institute was launched on February 26,...
Africa’s population to double by 2050E-commerce players in AfricaViability of African Instant Messaging endeavors?Africa, a global leader in fintech Africa’s population is expected to roughly double by 2050, adding 1.2 billion people to Africa’s 2019 population of 1.3 billion people. With an internet penetration rate of 35.9%, Africa...
AfDB: Africa lags behind in terms of global digital trendsAfrican digital economy expected to grow to over $300 billion by 2025AfDB: tech education, a must!China’s in-roads in I.T infrastructure development A sneak peek into the African Development Bank’s (AFDB) 2020 outlook shows that Africa lags behind in terms of...
The service is accessible to everyone with a vehicle registered in Zimbabwe and the vehicle should have a minimum value of ZWL$ 10 000 third party liabilityCan be accessed by just dialling *220#The insurance cover is for a minimum period of 4 months or one term but be purchased for the...
Cassava records ZWL506 mill foreign exchange lossesFirm struggles to meet foreign debt obligationsEcocash contributes 76% to Cassava’s revenueZWL$3.2 mill marginal profit HY 19 ZSE’s tech heavyweight Cassava Smartech suffered ZWL506 million foreign exchange losses in the 6 months to 31 August 2019, the latest financials reveal.  This translation loss was...
Harare - Zimbabwe telecommunications company TelOne, has joined the band wagon of mobile operators and other companies in the country in hiking prices of their goods and services. The state owned TelOne has increased its rates by 199.35% with effect from the 6th of November 2019.
Cassava Smartech, an Econet spinoff, recently launched Sasai, a mobile application which mirrors China’s WeChat. Of course it is a first by Africa but odds are highly staked against its success. There is ready intense competition in the chatting space with statistics showing that in Africa’s strategic countries of...
Harare – Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe is in the process of merging branches and transferring of customer accounts starting October 2019 in line with restructuring exercise towards digital banking. Indications across the wider banking industry have shown that Banks are rolling out aggressive investments towards upgrading their digital platforms as...