Tag: Bulawayo

  • Bulawayo startup tackles ride-hailing using different revenue model that’s cheaper for drivers

  • ZUPCO & NRZ commuter train route launched in Bulawayo

  • Zim’s Tech Village Announced As One Of African Tech and Creative Group’s (ATCG) Flagship Spaces In Africa

  • TechVillage To Host Python Meetups Every Other Month Starting This Week

  • Tech Village Hosting HacktoberFest Open-Source Meetup This Weekend

  • Netone Asking Subscribers To Report Simbox Fraud – The Scam On The Rise in Zim?

  • Bulawayo Teachers Refuse To Use Haunted Lab

  • Empower Bank Offering $50K Collateral-Free Loans To Bulawayo Entrepreneurs

  • NUST Students Come Up With E-Commerce Grocery Store For Fellow Students

  • Zim Government’s Stance On Internet Shutdowns Might Mean That Smart Cities Never Materialise

  • Econet Energy Company To Have HQ In Bulawayo As Strive Masiyiwa Wants To Stimulate Employment In The City

  • StudyMate Is A Bulawayo Startup That Is Doing Simple And Basic Stuff To Equip A Level Students

  • Meet Entrepreneur Kuda Dhliwayo, The Plastic Doctor

  • One Word To Describe Startups I Met In Bulawayo: MATURE

  • Ministry Of ICT Launches National Cybersecurity Awareness Week: Zim Government Now Serious About Cybersecurity

  • You Cannot Take Your Bank To Court For Swapping Your US Dollars For Bond Notes: The Court Decided

  • Bulawayo IVF tech advances, results to show for it…

  • My thoughts on the Bitcoin adoption status in Bulawayo…

  • An open letter to Econet Zimbabwe

  • Bulawayo: The Detroit of Africa gets a digital infusion

  • Bulawayo to get cheaper fibre internet as Liquid begins installations in suburbs

  • Is there any good internet service in Bulawayo?

  • Worldreader signs on more local publishers in Zimbabwe

  • Bulawayo helicopter man. Here’s to the crazy ones!

  • The National ICT review, a participant’s view

  • The ‘dollar for 2’ Telecel SIM cards

  • The Bulawayo ICT Expo (pictures)

  • Computer Society of Zimbabwe to hold ICT Expo in Bulawayo

  • PowerTel launches mobile broadband in Bulawayo. Gweru & Kwekwe to follow