Category: Science and Technology

L-R President Mnangagwa and Minister Kazembe Kazembe share a joke at the commissioning of "Zimbabwe Open for Business" stamps while officials look on

Zimpost Launches ‘Zimbabwe Open for Business’ Special Stamp

By Tatenda Mujeyi The Ministry of ICT, Postal and Courier Service officially commissioned the ‘Open for Business’ stamps that are being distributed by...

Corn's value chain spans many science areas

Study targets lapsed areas in corn research

By Anna Wiber To increase the quality of corn used in foods such as tortillas and chips, scientists from University of Minnesota, PepsiCo and Corteva Agriscience are...

Innovations and new insights in HIV science recognised at IAS

Outstanding researchers and young investigators recognised for innovations and new insights in HIV science

The International AIDS Society (IAS) announced recipients of prizes and awards at the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) yesterday. These recognise innovation...

inDriver has begun recruiting drivers in Harare for the service,

International online ride hailing service inDriver starts recruiting Harare drivers

A unique international online ride hailing service, inDriver, which allows passengers to negotiate the fare with drivers, has begun recruiting drivers in Harare for the...

AITTA SPARK 3

Global Premium Smartphone TECNO Wins Africa Information Technology & Telecoms Awards

TECNO SPARK 3 was awarded as the phone of the year as a result of its cutting edge features TECNO (www.Tecno-Mobile.com) SPARK 3, a smartphone model by TECNO, a global...

NetOne Joins Other Organisations in Assisting Cyclone IDAI Victims
Mr Lazarus Muchenje the Netone Chief Executive Officer

Resurgent NetOne emerges as Mobile Network of Choice in Zimbabwe

The year 2018 witnessed the resurgence of NetOne as the leading Network of Choice in Zimbabwe, with a historic $88 million turnaround from a loss position of $77 million...

FAO, WFP led projects strengthening resilience and food security for farmers in drought-prone Masvingo province

FAO, WFP programmes improving food security in drought-prone Masvingo Province

By Byron Mutingwende   United Nations agencies of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the World Food Programme are implementing projects to ensure food...

Mobile money platforms taking advantage of farmers

How banks and mobile money platforms are robbing farmers and citizens

By Charles Dhewa Mobile money continues to be touted as a solution to the financial exclusion of many people in developing countries. However, examples in Zimbabwe are...

Advisor in the Office of the President on Disability Issues Dr. Joshua T Malinga

All set for Disabilities Expo

By Tatenda Mujeyi All is set for the National Disabilities Expo scheduled for the Bulawayo City Hall from the 31st of July to the 2nd of August under the hashtag...

Minister of Energy and Power Development Dr. Fortune Chasi

Zimbabwe’s mixed energy fortunes

By Tatenda Mujeyi The second edition of the renewable energy conference held in Harare yesterday explored the mixed fortunes characteristic of the Zimbabwean energy...