Last week 263Chat Business reported on a World Bank (WB) survey finding which highlighted major strides the country has taken in building a relatively advanced digital economy over the past few years.
The survey titled; Digital Economy for Zimbabwe Country Diagnostic Report-cited a strong digital infrastructure
Growth in internet and data traffic sustained the telecommunications sector performance during the first three months (Q1) of the year as other revenue channels were subdued, industry regulator, Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe’s 2020 first quarter report reveals.
Despite a tough quarter, mobile Internet
Having dropped out of school in 2017, Tavonga has been struggling to continue with his formal education as his unemployed parents are not able to send him to school.
China was the origin of the novel coronavirus spread. In the Chinese territories, it infected around 80,000 people and killed more than 3,000. In the beginning, the outbreak was massive, but in recent weeks, they managed to contain it.
By Tawanda Chikosi
For a country, the size
The tariff increases on voice calls, SMS and data by the telecommunications regulator, Postal and Regulatory authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) last week remains way below sustainable levels for mobile network operators (MNOs), industry experts have warned.
Potraz increased the tariffs on data, SMS and voice calls
Leading internet services provider, Liquid Telecoms is battling to service long term loans acquired externally due to the depleting value of the local currency and an unfavorable tariff regime, 263Chat Business has gathered.
The telecoms firm also said due to depleting cash flows from a weaker
Three Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) students are set to represent Zimbabwe in the 2020 International Hackathon set for Geneva, Switzerland in April.
The trio Christopher Chinyamakobvu, Munyaradzi Muneka and Elvin Kakomo's won the bid to represent Zimbabwe after coming out winners at the inaugural edition
Zimbabwe's second largest mobile network operator by subscriber base, NetOne has become the first public sector and state owned enterprise to attain Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) approved employer status following the completion of its Trainee Development Programme with the internationally acclaimed body.
Telecommunications giant, NetOne is bullish of its prospects in 2020 on the back of a host of promotions lined-up for its customers during the course of the year, 263Chat business can report.
The country’s second biggest telecoms firm by subscriber base, gained 1.4 percent market share
NetOne’s mobile money platform, OneMoney’s mass registration program of agents and merchants is bearing fruit with the company asserting an increase in transaction volumes on the platform.
OneMoney, the second largest mobile money service provider embarked on a mass registration exercise over a fortnight ago in