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GTel, a Zimbabwean based smartphone manufacturer on Wednesday unveiled the narrowest 5.5" phone which is 74.9mm wide, the Gtel SL 8, in a bid to offer its customers better smartphones.
The company called out the iPhone 6s Plus, Huawei's Mates, as examples of wider phones.
Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital is set to host a three day Capacity Development Forum dubbed Developing capacity for Africa’s Economic and Social Transformation from the third to the fifth of May.
Speaking ahead of the forum to be held in African Capacity Building Foundation's (ACBF) host country,
When we were still in high school, I had a Jehovah's Witness friend and classmate who would never sing the Zimbabwe national anthem - due to his religious convictions - and would just keep quiet when everyone else was singing.
This was brought back into remembrance
The revelations by the government of Zimbabwe that it does not have money to repatriate about 200 Zimbabwean women who are stranded in the Middle East oil rich state of Kuwait once again confirms that Zimbabwe is better off without a government than the ZANU
The second round of the 2016 Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League (DPL) did not bring with it a change of fortune for Hamilton Masakadza, who is one of two Zimbabwe players plying their trade in Bangladesh’s top 50-over tournament.
In an statement realised yesterday, by Zimbabwe
Suspected ZANU PF activists on Tuesday night burnt seven houses, belonging Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) members.
By Philemon Jambaya
One of RDZ members, Solomon Makuwamombe who is a headmen in Makoni North said that Zanu PF activists targeted his homestead because he is a member of the
Midlands State University Vice Chancellor, Ngwabi Bhebe came under fire for ‘illegally’ suspending a female student who is being accused for circulating a message blasting the Zvishavane- University campus.
Addressing journalists at a Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy, (YARD) press conference in Harare yesterday, Munyaradzi
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