Latest Techzim Podcast: Telecel Go, Samsung Galaxy S5 and Muzinda Umuzi Hub

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Welcome again to the latest Techzim Podcast. In this edition, the discussions were engaging as usual and to cap it all, we had a special guest, Tawanda Kembo, Muzinda-Umuzi’s Technical Director.

We discussed the recently launched Telecel Go brand and reduced tariffs, our unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Heartbleed and Facebooks move to punish pages that explicitly ask for likes among other violations.

Tawanda Kembo joined us to discuss Muzinda Umuzi Hub’s efforts in building the local startup ecosystem. This is part of our series entitled “The DNA of Zimbabwe’s technology hubs“.

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We will be looking forward to your feedback on this Techzim Podcast and your own thoughts on the topics discussed.

3 comments

  1. PC Supremist

    Good show guys. In regards to the S5’s removable battery, I personally find it a big plus over iphones and other sealed devices and will do as long as battery and phone tech can’t match my old 3310! Besides, it means the product’s upper life span isn’t set by the battery.

    Before i get flamed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcUBpgmHgcg 😉

  2. Drogo

    Econet, Powertel, Telecel, Africom, Netone need to shuffle their Internet bundles in such a way that we are forced to buy more data per month for them to make more revenue.

  3. Drogo

    (The future for Telecom Companies) Econet, Powertel, Telecel, Africom, Netone need to shuffle their Internet bundles in such a way that we are forced to buy more data per month for them to make more revenue since they’re loosing on Sms and voice.