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Technology fighting climate change in Gwanda
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Technology fighting climate change in Gwanda

Staff Reporter - Jul 31, 2017

By Lazarus Sauti Gwanda – More than a century after Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, most villagers in Zimbabwe and other southern African countries are still…

On sharing the technology of witchcraft
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On sharing the technology of witchcraft

Staff Reporter - Mar 20, 2017

By Thandekile Moyo ONE of my mother’s young sisters, Thulani, is a drama queen. She is bubbly and energetic, and a storyteller of note. Whenever she is around,…

No app for leapfrogging bad policy
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No app for leapfrogging bad policy

Staff Reporter - Sep 09, 2016

By Ranga Mberi AS FACEBOOK founder Mark Zuckerberg visited a couple of African countries, headlines screamed at his words that “the future would be built in Africa”. His…

Conferences, Seminars and Workshops: A learning sports community for Southern Africa
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Conferences, Seminars and Workshops: A learning sports community for Southern Africa

Staff Reporter - Jul 15, 2016

The wise elders have correctly stated that, “The only constant thing in life is change”. Change is also part and parcel of sport. Dynamic revolutions in technology,…

Huge trade finance opportunities in Africa
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Huge trade finance opportunities in Africa

Staff Reporter - Mar 02, 2016

>Magreth Nunuhe Windhoek — There is a big drive on the African continent to increase manufacturing and industrial base and shift away from an economy that is…

Technology challenging  poverty in Gwanda
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Technology challenging poverty in Gwanda

Staff Reporter - Jan 20, 2016

> Lazarus Sauti Villagers in Gwanda, Matabeleland South Province, like most rural parts in Zimbabwe, are food-insecure, and as such, they frequently survive on less than US$1…