Econet Wireless Zimbabwe today launched a Wi-Fi Zone broadband solution for the public transport sector in Harare. The telecom operator will have WiFi hotspot devices installed inside kombis for customers that are commuting in and out of the cities.
Responding to the 263Chat team during the launch, Econet Chief Commercial
When old knowledge prevent adoption of new socio-economic practices
One of the dominant facets of colonization is visible in the structure of African formal food industries. Many African countries are stuck with infrastructure designed for supporting manufacturing of a few agricultural commodities, mainly for the export
Harare Metropolitan Eagles – 231 in 87 overs (Kudzai Maunze 51, Elton Chigumbura 47, Cephas Zhuwao 28; William Mashinge 4/65, Shingi Masakadza 3/29, Clive Chitumba 2/40)
Manicaland Mountaineers – 277-9 in 84 overs (Kevin Kasuza 86, Natsai M’shangwe 66*, William Mashinge 31; Taurai Muzarabani 2/36, Brendon
Zimbabwe recorded 63 work related deaths while 5364 people were injured at work places in 2016, government has said.
Speaking during the commemoration of World Day for Safety and Health, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Public Service, Labor and Social Welfare, Ngoni Masoka, said the
The Harare International Festival of Arts which started on Tuesday earlier this week is still ongoing until Sunday and is the centre of attention in Harare at the moment. Those who cannot afford to be at the Harare Gardens have an opportunity to watch free
Zimbabwe Yadzoka/Mayibuye Zimbabwe has urged Commander of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, General Constantine Chiwenga to respect democracy and stop interfering in national politics.
In a statement released on Friday, Zimbabwe Yadzoka said it was appalled by the recent attack on war veterans by Chiwenga who took
A new chapter has been opened in the life of Victoria Chimhutu and the world of book writing after her newly published book “The Hare gets married and other stories” gets a fair share of the Norwegian market barely a few months after publication.
The OK- PEPFAR First Street Stage in central Harare was on Thursday a hive of activity with scores of hundreds of people queuing for HIV testing as well as receive health information on Wednesday.
The platform, operating under the theme “Start Free, Stay Free, AIDS Free,” is
Legendary South Africa musician, Steve Dyer and his son Bokani on Wednesday left fans asking for more in one of his memorable father-son collaboration that is likely to remain the highlight of this year's Harare International Festival of Arts.
Dyer who was playing the saxophone and flute
Women Electoral Convergence 2018, a platform for women to mobilize for the forthcoming harmonized elections as candidates and voters is launching its #Hervotewins2018 campaign in Harare on Saturday.
The campaign aimed at sensitizing and mobilizing women in Zimbabwe to actively take part in the elections next