Quantum computing can solve some SKA problems, says IBM

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Zimbabwe's US$107-million ICT plan for 2019

Zimbabwe's US$107-million ICT plan for 2019

Finance Ministry outlines infrastructure investment allocations for new year.

Minority shareholders mount challenge against Econet founder

Minority shareholders mount challenge against Econet founder

Vote on conversion of debentures rescheduled after shareholder revolt.

More Zimbabweans engage social network as OTT dominates

More Zimbabweans engage social networks as OTT dominates

Mobile networks respond by intensifying bundle offerings, promotions.

Cassva SmarTech to demerge from Econet

Cassva SmarTech to demerge from Econet

Deal expected to secure shareholder approval on 29 November 2018 and there are also plans to list by 11 December 2018.

Econet to unbundle EcoCash

Econet to unbundle EcoCash

Company now pushing to separately list the mobile wallet on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange.

Zimbabwe's Powertel announces strategy to revive operations

Zimbabwe's Powertel announces strategy to revive operations

State-owned ISP reveals three-year turnaround plan.

Africa Data Centre Association launched in Zimbabwe

Africa Data Centre Association launched in Zimbabwe

Trade association will lobby government on sector-related policy and legislation.

Zimbabwe's NetOne bounces back as revenue, subscribers increase

Zimbabwe's NetOne bounces back as revenue, subscribers increase

Operator appears to be recovering from subscriber loss in the first quarter of 2018.

Can Zimbabwe's ICT, telecoms attract critical investment?

Can Zimbabwe's ICT, telecoms attract critical investment?

While local operators and foreign investors have been reassured, uncertainty over govt policy remains.

Zimbabwe moves to privatise ailing telcos

Zimbabwe moves to privatise ailing telcos

Finance Minister wants process completed in next nine months.

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Zimbabwe’s future leadership warned to embrace tech

 

Whatever the outcome of the 30 July polls, technology must be prioritised with specific attention to cyber legislation and licensing