Angola Cables launches cloud service for Africa

Cloud service
on horizon 

Angola Cables launches
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Wednesday, Jul 17th

Zim govt wants minimum US$300-million for NetOne, TelOne

Zim govt wants minimum US$300-million for NetOne, TelOne

Authorities look to wrap up sale of majority shareholding in companies by year-end.

Zimbabwe' NetOne recordsUS$10,2-million profit

Zimbabwe's NetOne records US$10,2-million profit

Executives point to increase in revenue from data, growth in OneMoney and increased subscribers.

Strained capital investment impacts Econet

Strained capital investment impacts Econet

Company continues to pursue data revenue growth initiatives and partnerships with vendors.

Zimbabwe to review Domain Name System framework

Zimbabwe to review Domain Name System framework

Regulator wants to simplify registration and encourage adoption of .zw domain.

Zimbabwe's auditor general raises flags over NetOne

Zimbabwe's auditor general raises flags over NetOne

Mildred Chiri's office identified financial risks and has questioned company's ability to continue to operate.

Zim mobile firms lose subscribers as economy falters

Zim mobile firms lose subscribers as economy falters

NetOne, Econet and Telecel all record a drop in network users.

Data subscriber volume helps struggling TelOne

Data subscriber volume helps struggling TelOne

Pressure mounts on state-owned fixed phone operator as outstanding payments remains an issue.

Zimbabwe moves to license MVNOs in preparation for 'telecoms evolution'

Zimbabwe preps MVNO framework to support 'national telecoms evolution'

Regulator confirms intention to implement legal framework in preparation for 'evolution of the national telecom sector.'

Standard Chartered launches digital-only banking experience

Standard Chartered launches digital-only banking experience

Bank announces mobile app as consumers continue to struggle amid continued cash shortages.

Zimbabwe banks develop new payment platform as Paynet dispute continues

Zimbabwe banks develop new payment platform as Paynet dispute continues

Platform expected to go live by end of July 2019.

Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank clarifies foreign currency policy

Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank clarifies foreign currency policy

Country faces ongoing economic decline and is having to manage modalities around payments for companies like MultiChoice.