Mobile network operator, Netone is on an offensive, targeting to increase uptake of its flagship OneFusion package in the religious sector.
Speaking at the official handover of a church building to Salvation Army Glen Norah Corps which the giant telecommunications company sponsored for its refurbishment, NetOne's
In addition absence of appropriate information at the right time, lack of knowledge retention mechanisms is a big challenge for African farming and rural communities. Unfortunately most resources continue to be directed at the dissemination of ideas from policy makers and development actors. As a
It was another exciting sporting weekend both locally and internationally. 263Chat gives you results of some action.
Castle Larger Premier Soccer League
The PSL is becoming interesting by each passing match day with some once small teams upsetting former giants.
Rhinos on Top
BLACK Rhinos are top of
The African Women Awards is pleased to announce that the call for nominations for the third edition is currently open until 22 July 2017. We would like everyone across the world to nominate an African woman who has shown that she is phenomenal, ambitious, a
Mbare born Zimdancehall star, Seh Calaz is set to release his first DVD album on Wednesday at Club 1+1.
Calaz who is known for his violent lyrics and being controversial has not had a hit song for the past 7 months is expecting to use the event to
President Robert Mugabe yesterday warned local contractors against doing sub-standard work on the dualisation of the Harare-Beitbridge highway.
Mugabe was speaking at Chaka growth point in Chirumhanzu, where he commissioned the dualisation of the $948 million highway where it is projected that 40% of the work
The City of Harare wishes to advise residents that there be will be water shutdown at Warren Control from Friday, 19th of May at 2200hrs to Sunday, 21th of May 2017 at 2000hrs to enable maintenance work along 1500mm pumping trunk from Warren Control pumping
Zimbabwe should be embarrased to be amongst the eight African countries - three of whom are from the Southern African region - to be on the International Labour Organisation (ILO) Conference agenda for violating workers' rights.
Nevertheless, this is not at all surprising as the gross
Information Communication Technologies are strategic tools that will ensure the ease of doing business in Zimbabwe and drive economic growth.
This was said by the Minister of Information Communication Technology Postal and Courier Services, Supa Mandiwanzira at the launch of Africom’s $13m 4G wireless internet in
The post proceedings of the recent worldwide cyber attack caused by the WannaCry ransomware which targeted computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system has send a clear message that our computers are not by any means immune to hacking.
Zimbabwe has the largest population of ignorant