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Friday, June 22, 2018

Zimbabwe Now Open for Investment – Mnangagwa

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Telecoms Tycoon Masiyiwa Becomes Zimbabwe’s First Billionaire

Telecom tycoon Strive Masiyiwa has become Zimbabwe’s first billionaire. According to a report by Forbes, Masiyiwa, 57 is now worth $1.7 billion. Masiyiwa controls Econet Group, a Zimbabwe-listed mobile...

IMF Ready to Assist Zimbabwe’s New President

Harare - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is ready to support Zimbabwe’s new government in its efforts to turnaround the country’s moribund economy, the...

Kwese Mobile TV Launched in Zimbabwe

Kwese TV has launched a mobile television service in Zimbabwe, enabling customers to tether their decoder channels to their phones. Subscribers will now be able...

Zimbabwean Govt Criticized for Frustrating Strive Masiyiwa

A decision by Zimbabwe authorities last week to ban Strive Masiyiwa's pay-per-view broadcaster Kwese TV has been denounced as “unpatriotic, mean and repugnant”. Kwese TV,...

INFRASTRUCTURE AFRICA Forum Provides Africa’s Socio-Economic Solutions

The sixth Infrastructure Africa Business Forum to be hosted on the 21-22 August 2017 in Sandton, South Africa, will bring together prominent African infrastructure...

The Future of Mobile Internet in Africa

Africa is mobile first. The use of the mobile internet is spreading like wildfire – much like a borderless revolution.  “For now the internet in...

Cash Crisis Hits Zimbabwe’s Mobile Operator Econet Wireless

Zimbabwe’s largest mobile network service provider, Econet Wireless will approach shareholders to raise in excess of U.S $130 million to help the company repay...

Minister Suspends Data Tariff Increase After Outcry in Zimbabwe

The Minister of ICT, Postal & Courier Services Supa Mandiwanzira has moved in to reverse the high data tariff a few days after the...