With the current ZESA outage (load shedding) running close to 18hrs per day and possible fuel and power price increase, mobile networks will soon have to switch off base stations as they face huge operational bills due to power outages.
Experts in the sector have bemoaned
The Zimbabwe Netball team, the Gems made a perfect start to their world cup dream after they dispatched Sri Lanka 79-49 in Liverpool, England.
With their raucous support creating a so-far unparalleled atmosphere, the Zim Gems made a huge impression with their first ever World Cup
Persistent power cuts (load Shedding) introduced by the power utility company Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) have negatively affected production in all sectors of the economy with irrigation farming not being spared either.
ZESA has attributed the power cuts to the depleting water levels at Kariba dam
A combination of an uncompetitive price tariff and mounting operational costs have hit hard on the country’s telecommunications industry players, with most of the key performance indicators in the latest industry regulator’s findings pointing in the red.
According to the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of
Mbare-bred Zimdancehall chanter, Seh Calaz has bulldozed his way into Buffalo Souljah's ongoing tiff with Shatta Wale blasting the former for coming up with "poor and embarrassing" diss tracks.
This is a tiff that was triggered by South Africa based Buffalo Souljah on social media dismissing
Zimbabwe Sables have named eight debutantes in their squad for the ‘Battle of Zambezi’ against Zambia at the Machinery Exchange Stadium at Harare Sports Club on Saturday.
This will be the opening match for both teams in the revived Victoria Cup.
Head coach Brendon Dawson believes the
Telecommunications giant, NetOne’s inroads to regain lost market share has yielded positive results, to posting a $ 10.2 million profit for the year ending 31 December 2018, as subscribers increased to 3.3 million from 2.6 registered in 2017.
This was a strong rebound posting a historic
The small mining town of Kadoma 'City of Gold' is the place to be for this year's edition of the Copa Coca Cola national soccer finals tournament.
A total of 24 teams, 12 boys' and 12 girls' teams will square off at two different venue with
Paul Kagame is undoubtedly the man of the moment in Africa.
Robert Gabriel Mugabe used to hold that position from the late 80s until the time he was removed from power.
His remarks to our current President Emmerson Mnangagwa remain a truth that we really need to
Zimbabwean hotels are set to benefit from a bumper US$300 million capital injection, a move which will likely boost the resurrection of the industry and help foster economic growth.
According to the latest research from Cape Town-based hospitality analyst, Wayne Troughton, of HTI Consulting, who will