Category: Science and Technology

2018 ZITF exhibition preparations gain momentum

By Joyce Mukucha As a way of connecting business with prospective investors and financiers for the country’s economic growth, Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF)...

Students for UJ on government scholarship urged to fly Zim flag high

By Byron Mutingwende   Students heading for University of Johannesburg (UJ) have been urged to raise the Zimbabwean flag by excelling academically so that they will...

JCI spearheading youths empowerment programmes

By Byron Mutingwende   The Junior Chamber International Zimbabwe (JCI) is spearheading youth empowerment projects in line with the Sustainable Development Goals...

BitMari: Pan African technological giants contributing to economic growth

By Byron Mutingwende   The Pan-African technological giants BitMari are playing an important role of assisting those in the diaspora to remit money back home at...

Attaining energy sector vision impeded by challenges

By Byron Mutingwende   The noble undertaking of working towards the vision of achieving universal access to sustainable energy in Zimbabwe is being impeded by a...

Social Media and National building in Zimbabwe

By Pauline Hurungudo Within the political discourse, many strategies have been used to bring about change and push the development agenda throughout the world. Social...

Chitando lays out mining sector revival plans

By Byron Mutingwende   Winston Chitando, the technocrat that President Emmerson Mnangagwa appointed as minister of mines and mining development has laid out a...

Chinese partnership strengthens Zimbabwe’s educational leadership in Africa

By Byron Mutingwende   In a quest to improve the quality of education and consolidate Zimbabwe’s status as the leading country on literacy levels in Africa, a...

Telecom report shows Econet has most valuable customers

By Staff reporter A telecom industry report last week revealed that Econet Wireless Zimbabwe had the highest Average Revenue Per User (ARPU)  of $8,57 between July and...

Going green a pathway to sustainable growth, productivity and jobs

By Byron Mutingwende   Born and bred in rural Marondera where farmers used organic farming to grow crops, Clive Nyapokoto experienced the hard and intense labour...