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The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown measures put in place in Zimbabwe has highlighted the significance of telecommunications with official statistics from the country’s industry regulator reflecting an increase in mobile internet and data. A report by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz), released last week, noted a 56.2% growth in mobile...

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THE Government is committed to providing Information Communication Technology (ICT) in marginalised areas to promote development so that the country can attain the envisaged 2030 agenda of an upper middle income economy a Cabinet Minister has said. Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services Deputy Minister Dr Janfan Muswere said improved access to ICTs will...

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Mobile telecommunications companies in Zimbabwe may have to bolster promotions to retain subscribers as consumers continue to feel the pinch of a struggling economy, exacerbated by COVID-19 and lockdown measures. The country has three mobile operators that include state-owned NetOne and Telecel Zimbabwe, as well as ZSE-listed Econet Wireless. Industry regulator the Posts and Telecommunications...

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Zimbabwe’s public have until 31 October 2020 to comment on the newly proposed Domain Name system (DNS) framework to ensure it falls in line with policies and procedures regarding subdomains and simplifies registration of .zw domains in order to encourage uptake. This is according to a recent directive from the Posts and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority...

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Zimbabwe’s state-owned fixed telecommunications operator TelOne has launched an online e-learning platform, Impact Learning, expected to add value to its existing Centre for Learning. Impact Learning has been in the works for years, but COVID-19 and the increased use of online education platforms has expedited the process. TelOne managing director, Chipo Mtasa said: “The Coronavirus...

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Zimbabwe’s state-owned fixed line incumbent TelOne has commissioned a new fibre-optic link between Makuti and Chirundu in the north of the country. The new cable was deployed at a cost of USD1.5 million, New Zimbabwe reports, improving both national connectivity and cross-border links to neighbouring Zambia. ICT, Posts and Courier Services minister, Jenfan Muswere, said: ‘This...