#263tech – What Affects Your Cellular Signal Strength in Zimbabwe?

[263Chat] Zimbabwe has a mobile penetration rate of 94.8% out of an estimated population of 14 million people as recently published by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) in the 2016 4th Quarter Sector Performanc…

[263Chat] Zimbabwe has a mobile penetration rate of 94.8% out of an estimated population of 14 million people as recently published by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) in the 2016 4th Quarter Sector Performance Report.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Report Says Zim Most Violent Country Led By a Liberation Movement, Forecasts Bloody 2018 Polls

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE is the most violent of the African countries governed by former liberation movements, a recent report released by Research Advocacy Unit (RAU) said.

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE is the most violent of the African countries governed by former liberation movements, a recent report released by Research Advocacy Unit (RAU) said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Matemadanda Court Case Ruling Reserved, Lawyer Says Doubts Winning

[New Zimbabwe] HARARE MAGISTRATE’s courts Tuesday reserved their ruling in Victor Matemadanda’s anti Mugabe case in which the war vets leader wants to be placed off remand.

[New Zimbabwe] HARARE MAGISTRATE's courts Tuesday reserved their ruling in Victor Matemadanda's anti Mugabe case in which the war vets leader wants to be placed off remand.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Soccer – Chungwa Boost As Caps Face Off Byo City

[New Zimbabwe] CAPS United have received a major boost ahead of their trip to Barbourfields for a date with Bulawayo City on Wednesday with chief striker Dominic Chungwa and defender Justice Jangano returning from suspension.

[New Zimbabwe] CAPS United have received a major boost ahead of their trip to Barbourfields for a date with Bulawayo City on Wednesday with chief striker Dominic Chungwa and defender Justice Jangano returning from suspension.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cops Sell Free Govt Forms for $10

[New Zimbabwe] THE government will soon introduce electronic tagging of cattle in a development which is set to stamp out corruption in the marketing and movement of cattle.

[New Zimbabwe] THE government will soon introduce electronic tagging of cattle in a development which is set to stamp out corruption in the marketing and movement of cattle.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kiru Boys Principal Was Drugged Before Murder

[Nation] Murdered Kiru Boys High School Principal Solomon Mwangi, whose strangled body was found in a thicket in Juja, Kiambu County, in November last year, was drugged using Xylazine, a strong sedative drug that is normally used on animals, before he …

[Nation] Murdered Kiru Boys High School Principal Solomon Mwangi, whose strangled body was found in a thicket in Juja, Kiambu County, in November last year, was drugged using Xylazine, a strong sedative drug that is normally used on animals, before he was killed, the court heard Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Millers Say Parirenyatwa Mad, Sue Over Food Fortification

[New Zimbabwe] GRAIN Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMZ) has approached the High Court to set aside the recently promulgated Food Fortification regulations by the Health Minister David Parirenyatwa.

[New Zimbabwe] GRAIN Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMZ) has approached the High Court to set aside the recently promulgated Food Fortification regulations by the Health Minister David Parirenyatwa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rural Govt Workers Surrender Cards, Pin Numbers to Conman

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo -A man took advantage of the cash shortages prevailing in the country to dupe desperate rural civil servants of their bank cards before cleaning their accounts, a local court heard Tuesday.

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo -A man took advantage of the cash shortages prevailing in the country to dupe desperate rural civil servants of their bank cards before cleaning their accounts, a local court heard Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe