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Limited options for foreign investors in Zim mobile, telecoms.

Limited options for foreign investors in Zim mobile, telecoms

International businesses faced with mounting challenges to secure a space and trade in key sectors.

Zim's Telecel taps into data, social media demand.

Zim's Telecel taps into data, social media demand

Telco announces network revamp to bolster data capacity.

Delay in VimpelCom Telecel stake transfer.

Delay in VimpelCom Telecel stake transfer

VimpelCom yet to conclude transfer of Zim unit shares.

Loan gives Zim's TelOne opportunity to upgrade.

Loan gives Zim's TelOne opportunity to upgrade

Telco to access US$98m loan to implement network optimisation project.

User demand forces Zim telco to expand network.

User demand forces Zim telco to expand network

Telecommunications company initiates upgrades as mobile penetration rate hits 93%, according to officials.

Zim govt looks to merge its telco portfolio.

Zim govt looks to merge its telco portfolio

Speculation within ICT sector that TelOne will spearhead process and front the consolidated portfolio.

Internet holding up Zim telecoms.

Internet holding up Zim telecoms

Business operations benefiting from additional revenue streams and making up for losses in voice telephony income.

Zim pensions body assists govt with Telecel purchase.

Zim pensions body assists govt with Telecel purchase

National Social Security Authority says US$30-million advance towards deal is a strategic investment, not a loan.

Tariff change puts the squeeze on Zim's mobile operators.

Tariff change puts the squeeze on Zim's mobile operators

Industry regulator defends 1c mobile voice increase.

Zim's NetOne in partnership with Lenovo.

Zim's NetOne in partnership with Lenovo

MNO details strategy to leverage partnership as part of restructuring and growth phase.

Econet takes regulator to court over tariff.

Econet takes regulator to court over tariff

Approved 1 cent increase in mobile voice fees prompts legal action by mobile operator.