Windows can turn your PC into a wireless hotspot, allowing it to share its wired or wireless Internet connection with other wireless devices. This enables you to save unnecessary costs on buying airtime bundles which are very slow when tethering. But how you set it
2016 Castle Lager Premier League champions, Caps United hope to bounce back from their two nil defeat at the hands of Egyptian giants Zamalek in the African Safari when they face ZPC Kariba at Nyamhunga Stadium on Thursday.
In an interview with 263Chat ahead of the
The much awaited European Union Film Festival kicks off in Harare on Tuesday and will run until Saturday at the Theatre in the Park in Harare.
The festival will feature 11 award winning films in Europe and will be screened for the first time in Zimbabwe,
The battle for technological relevance continue to sweep across all industries raising high demand for Information Technology Professionals and more tech orientated personnel.
Companies are now computer systems driven and their survival is now hinged on the amounts they invest in building ICT infrastructures to support
Lovejoy Mutongwiza (LM) caught up with Zimbabwe Rugby, the Sables, head coach Cyprian “Supa” Mandenge (CM) on the sidelines of the just ended Dairiboard Schools Rugby Festival where he shared his philosophy on grooming a good rugby player, his thoughts on the development of rugby
.....'State Resources Used To Purchase Party Vehicles'
The opposition Movement for Democratic Change led by Morgan Tsvangirai has expressed concern over the ruling party which has reported to use millions of dollars in importing brand new campaigning vehicles ahead of 2018 elections.
Party spokesperson, Obert Gutu accused Zanu
Rugby- Western Panthers on Saturday dispatched Gweru Sports Cub in a tightly contested and controversial match played at Hartsfield grounds in Bulawayo.
Trailing by only seven points, a last minute ‘bad’ call from the referee, Valentine Magobo who spent the better part of the match making
United States Ambassador, Harry Thomas jnr said his country will maintain, and even increase, HIV funding levels in Zimbabwe despite a change in administration.
Since 2006, PEPFAR has provided nearly US$800 million to Zimbabwe for HIV interventions. Over the past two years, PEPFAR’s allocation of resources