ED ‘dribbles’ ICT ministry, Potraz in Starlink deal

Starlink services are currently officially being offered in eight African countries — Nigeria, Benin, Mozambique, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda, Malawi and Eswatini.
By Problem Masau 11h ago

Mnangagwa approves Starlink licensing in Zimbabwe

The licensing of Starlink comes after a public outcry by over expensive but poor network services in the country.
By Evans Mathanda May. 25, 2024

Letter to my people: Mutsvangwa is exposing the pretenders

The claims by Mutsvangwa implied that the country’s judiciary has been reduced to a playground used by politicians in Zanu PF to settle scores .
By Doctor Stop It May. 19, 2024

Potraz assessing Starlink’s application: Mavetera

Mavetera told legislators during a question and answer session in Parliament that the government welcomes new technologies to enhance Zimbabwe’s digital infrastructure.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 14, 2024

Mutsvangwa fumes over son’s arrest

Neville is also facing charges of contravening the Telecommunications Act after a Starlink router was recovered at his house.
By Mirriam Mangwaya May. 12, 2024

Access to the internet and Starlink debate in Zimbabwe

Starlink aims to provide global broadband internet coverage from space.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Mar. 24, 2024

Can govt please save our souls

Connecting to the 2G network, which is also as mighty slow as the Amazon rainforest sloth, is akin to partying with a cow as it is costing an arm and leg.
By Newsday Mar. 23, 2024

An impact analysis: Starlink expected to be licenced by July

The licencing of Starlink in Zimbabwe is highly defining as it comes with significant shifts in the sector, which may improve or destroy the industry.
By Tinashe Duma Mar. 22, 2024

‘Starlink not a competitor to operators’

Jacqueline Ntaka, the CEO of Mviyo Technologies, also weighed in saying the government should carefully consider all the pros and cons before licencing Starlink.
By Staff Writer Mar. 22, 2024