The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) recent announcement that it has set minimum but high costs for mobile phone voice calls and data charges sparked a bit of a social media outcry. It hasn’t quite started a hashtag movement. But the fairness
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Area Business Managers – TelOne
The incumbents will be responsible to the Regional Business Unit Head.
The main purpose of this job is to manage TelOne Business in the District area through planning, coordinating and executing the entire business activities in
Government through the Ministry of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment has launched an ambitious programme that will see youths benefiting from the more than 15 000 houses units to be constructed in Harare.
Addressing Journalists in Harare on Tuesday, Minister of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic
The Dance Trust of Zimbabwe will this Saturday celebrate 60 years of ballet dance in the country with screening of a documentary titled, Darcey Bussell Uncover the life of Margot Fonteyn, Prima Ballerina Absoluta of the Royal Ballet Company at Reps theatre in Harare.
Zanu PF youths in Mazowe have expressed concern over the government’s move to stop artisanal mining saying they feel used and abandoned by a party they have done everything for.
In an interview with 263Chat, the disgruntled youths who are into artisanal mining said Zanu PF
UNITED KINGDOM: The Zimbabwe Achievers Awards (ZAA) has commenced its seventh awards campaign in the UK, announcing the opening of nominations for 2017.
The nominee announcement is scheduled to take place in March and, the awards gala is scheduled for May with a date and venue to
City of Harare has begun repairing dysfunctional sewer pipes to curb flooding recently witnessed in Mbare and other parts of the city.
Following flooding which destroyed property worth thousands of dollars, City of Harare moved in swiftly to repair and replace the pipes along Mbirimi,
In 2016, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) made a public announcement that they were considering the adoption of a Biometric Voter Registration system. It was further reported that the voter registration exercise would be piloted in March 2017 and rolled out in May 2017 for about
A ZIMBABWEAN court has ordered a delinquent traffic police officer and his superiors to fork out about $5 000 as compensation to a motorist after the law enforcement agent wrecked his vehicle.
Titus Matava, who is employed as a Constable by Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and