SITA 'not institutionally ready' for IoT

SITA ready
for IOT?

SA State IT Agency
outlines strategy.

Sunday, Dec 16th

Huawei-NetOne corruption court case restarts on 19 March.

Huawei-NetOne corruption court case restarts on 19 March

Legal action is back on track after a businessman failed to attend a key Harare hearing.

Zimbabwean banks must 'wake up' to telecoms competition.

‘Zimbabwean banks must wake up to telecoms competition’

Barclays Bank says it is trying to leverage more on tech in the country.

More mobile money choices for Zimbabweans.

More mobile money choices for Zimbabweans

Competition is heating up as Telecel launches its Telecash service.

Zimbabwe’s NetOne under fire for poor performance.

Zimbabwe’s NetOne under fire for poor performance

Mobile operator blames public procurement requirements for lack of competitiveness.

Green light for Telecel airtime fraud prosecution.

Green light for Telecel airtime fraud prosecution

Shareholder Jane Mutasa faces allegations of defrauding the firm of $1.7 million.

More Zimbabwe companies paying salaries using mobile money.

More Zimbabwe companies paying salaries using mobile money

Liquidity problems among banks force more local firms to turn to EcoCash, says Econet.

Zimbabwe piles on extra telecom licensing costs.

Zimbabwe piles on extra telecom licensing costs

Government has introduced a range of additional fees for privately owned firms.

Zimbabwe minister Webster Shamu praises mobile sector.

Zimbabwe minister Webster Shamu praises mobile sector

Government official lauds industry for rapid technology take up, despite broadband challenges.

Zimbabwe’s NetOne slowly claws back market share.

Zimbabwe’s NetOne slowly claws back market share

State owned mobile network is hot on the heels of rival Telecel, according to Potraz stats.

Call for cooperation between Zimbabwe banks, telcos.

Call for cooperation between Zimbabwe banks, telcos

Reserve bank wants companies to share systems while plans are in place for greater regulation.

Telecel Zimbabwe denies it has failed to pay its licence.

Telecel Zimbabwe denies non-payment of licence allegations

Country’s second largest mobile operator says it is on track to pay the $137.5mn amount.