Tapiwa Matthew Mutisi

POTRAZ Will Continue Reviewing Telecoms Tariffs

Zimbabwe’s telecoms regulator, the Postal and Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) says it will continue reviewing tariffs in line with cost movements and...

Prestigious US’ Yale University Honours Strive Masiyiwa

Strive Masiyiwa, the Founder and Executive Chairman of the Econet Group was recently recognized by the Yale University and awarded an honorary Doctorate of humane...

MTN Gets Approval to List on Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE)

Africa’s biggest mobile operator, MTN, yesterday received the green light to list on the Nigerian unit on the Nigerian Stock Exchange today to take the value of...

Amazon Program Offers Employees $10K to Start Delivery Service Businesses

Amazon employees are getting an opportunity to become business owners, as the online retail giant announced earlier today that it would be expanding its Delivery...

Vaya to Introduce Electric Vehicles Move to solve Fuel Problem

Econet founder and Zimbabwean billionaire Mr Strive Masiyiwa says plans are under way for their Vaya logistics division to introduce electric vehicles so as to help ease...

Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf Gets $3.5 Million Bonus for Settling its Legal War With Apple

Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf

Zoom’s CEO Eric Yuan Emigrated From China 22 Years Ago, Spoke Little English — And Now he’s Worth Almost $3 Billion

Not even Eric Yuan’s closest friends, oldest advisers and earliest investors thought Zoom needed to exist. It was 2011, and the market was littered with video...

Zinara Bosses Resign

Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) acting Chief Executive Officer Ms Mathlene Mujokoro and audit manager Mr Shadreck Matengabadza have resigned, while 19...

Please Call Me Saga – Huge Fight Over Who Gets The Money

Nkosana Makate

SA regtech Intergreatme Out to Raise R24m Through Crowdfunding Site Uprise.Africa

SOUTH AFRICA-Johannesburg based regtech Intergreatme is looking to raise a whopping R24-million through crowdfunding platformUprise.Africa in exchange for a 20% share...