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Wednesday, Feb 20th

Zim telcos feel the Potraz pinch.

Zim telcos feel the Potraz pinch

Operators must adhere to QoS regulations despite the adverse effects of worsening economy on telecommunications.

Zim govt eyes remaining stake in Telecel.

Zim govt eyes remaining stake in Telecel

Authorities expected to retrigger bid in August.

Zim's NetOne announces massive base station roll out.

Zim's NetOne announces massive base station roll out

Mobile operator eager to expand network to meet consumer demand and improve market position.

Mounting pressure on Zim telcos as economy stagnates.

Mounting pressure on Zim telcos as economy stagnates

Telecom operators under pressure to reduce tariffs but continue to make profit.

Zim regulator demands swift action on dropped calls.

Zim regulator demands swift action on dropped calls

Potraz orders rate reduction to 2%, and quicker SMS/MMS delivery time from operators.

Zimbabwe's TelOne banks on offset deal with state.

Zimbabwe's TelOne banks on offset deal with state

Telco to offset debt with revenue from unpaid bills.

Lower tariffs, consumer choice could hurt Zimbabwe's Econet.

Lower tariffs, consumer choice could hurt Zimbabwe's Econet

Analysts predict lower revenue for Econet and cite a change in consumer preference in telecommunications as a key reason.

Zim-based Dandemutande appoints new CEO.

Zim-based Dandemutande appoints new CEO

Zimbabwe's fibre, satellite and wireless services has announced changes to its executive team.

VimpelCom Zimbabwe deal stalls.

VimpelCom Zimbabwe deal stalls

Industry insiders claim more stringent financial regulation is blocking release of funds.

Data income keeps Zimbabwe's Econet ahead.

Data income keeps Zimbabwe's Econet ahead

Operator confirms increase in data income, despite a 14% drop in overall revenues.

Confusion over Telecel Zimbabwe ownership.

Confusion over Telecel Zimbabwe ownership

VimpelCom refutes government claims, says it still owns Telecel Zimbabwe.