Did Mugabe set a precedent for ICT management in Zimbabwe?

Did Mugabe set
a precedent?

For ICT management
in Zimbabwe.

Sunday, Sep 15th

TelOne now accepts telecash payments.

TelOne now accepts telecash payments

Telecash subscribers will be able to pay phone bills from the comfort of their home.

Sale of Vimpelcom’s African business ‘stalls’.

Sale of Vimpelcom’s African business ‘stalls’

European telecoms company has hit a brick wall with Telecel Globe, according to a report.

WhatsApp a threat to telcos, says Zimbabwe’s NetOne.

WhatsApp a threat to telcos, says Zimbabwe’s NetOne

Managing director of the company, Reward Kangai, talks of the ‘over-the-top’ threat.

‘Free’ Facebook access for Telecel Zimbabwe users.

‘Free’ Facebook access for Telecel Zimbabwe users

Prepaid subscribers have zero-rate access to text features of the social network.

Zimbabwe’s Econet launches mobile money loan service.

Zimbabwe’s Econet launches mobile money loan service

Urgent credit of up to $500 is now available via cellphones using EcoCash.

Data, mobile money could lift Econet revenues to $800mn.

Data, mobile money could lift Econet revenues to $800mn

Analysts say Zimbabwe’s biggest telecoms company is increasingly moving away from voice.

Zimbabwean telcos battle for subscribers.

Zimbabwean telcos battle for subscribers

NetOne and Econet have taken up large advertising space announcing call promotions.

WhatsApp accounts 23% of Econet Zimbabwe’s network usage.

‘WhatsApp accounts 23% of Econet Zimbabwe’s network usage’

Special price bundles drive data usage of the instant messaging service, says Sandvine.

Tender court case against Zimbabwe's NetOne withdrawn.

Tender court case against Zimbabwe's NetOne withdrawn

Tafadzwa Muguti launched the court case over questions about how Huawei won a network upgrade deal for state-owned NetOne.

Zimbabwe among Africa’s fastest growing mobile markets, says research.

Zimbabwe is among Africa’s fastest growing mobile markets

Adoption of handsets in the country has risen dramatically since 2008 according to Gallup research.

Huawei invests $10 million in Zimbabwe.

Huawei invests $10 million in Zimbabwe

More investments have been lined up for the current year.