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Zimbabwe to Load Shed 12 Hours a Day Amid Severe Power Shortage

The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has said on Sunday that it has begun rolling out daily 12-hour power cuts due to limited generation at its thermal plant and further constraints placed on the Southern African country's...

E-Livestock and Mastercard Launch Blockchain-Based Solution to Aid Farmers in Zimbabwe

E-Livestock Global today launched a first-of-its-kind solution powered by Mastercard’s blockchain-based Provenance solution, empowering Zimbabwean farmers to prove the origin and health records of their cattle, while reducing risks to buyers. First-of-its-Kind A first in the Middle East and Africa, the...

TelOne Zimbabwe Partners with Tejas to Expand Network Footprint

TelOne Zimbabwe has deployed Tejas' 100G/100G+ coherent DWDM solution for its network expansion. This partnership is expected to see the high-speed transmission of multiple 100G lambdas while meeting the stringent performance and reliability requirements in a cost-effective manner. CEO and MD...

Open-sourced technology invented by Zimbabwean entrepreneur

Zimbabwean AI expert and CEO of UK-based start-up Academy of Robotics, William Sachiti has published an open-source technology known as ‘Trees of Knowledge’ to improve access to education through smartphones in Africa. This free-to-develop technology enables a tree or rural...

GTel facing backlash from Safaricom over alleged partnership

According to a report by Business Daily, G-Telecoms (GTel), a Zimbabwean mobile handset manufacturer, revealed that it had allegedly inked an agreement with Kenyan operator - Safaricom. GTel is now facing a backlash from the mobile giant. Safaricom has revealed that...

Zimbabwe: GTel to manufacture devices for Safaricom

G-Telecoms (GTel), a Zimbabwean mobile handset manufacturer, has inked an agreement with Kenyan operator Safaricom to offer devices on contract. The agreement is expected to give Safaricom customers flexible repayment plans. According to a report by Business Daily, GTel stated...

Social media network Wangu launches in Zimbabwe

According to a report by The Herald, Zimbabwe now has its own dedicated social media network. The report reveals that social media website "Wangu" functions similarly to popular social networks like Twitter, Myspace and Facebook. According to the report, globally...
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Global Strategic Alliance to Deliver Comprehensive Cyber Resiliency

Kyndryl and Veeam Software have established a strategic alliance aimed at delivering resilient services to customers globally. This partnership integrates...
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