Tag: Webdev

  • Printflow’s website has been suspended

  • Bundles, Zero-rating and Net Neutrality in Zimbabwe’s #BroadbandEconomy. A critical issue unprioritised

  • Troubled Rocket Internet goes live with classifieds website in Zimbabwe

  • Some just lie: Remember this when you check for a local domain’s availability

  • Classifieds.co.zw launches business directory, along with new look

  • From an offline to an online experience: the shift in Zimbabwean e-commerce

  • Local payments gateway, Paynow, experiences 30% monthly growth

  • Podcast: Telecel shutdown, NetOne restructures, Webdev & Comexposed

  • One Africa Media close to buying into Zimbabwe’s classifieds company, Webdev

  • Topup.co.zw lets you pay for your internet, airtime & bills via the internet

  • Running a successful online business in Zim: How did classifieds.co.zw do it?

  • Paynow to host developer day focused on boosting online payments in Zimbabwe

  • Podcast: Interview with Webdev on its internet payments platform, Paynow

  • Webdev: We built the Paynow payments platform because we needed it

  • The official EcoCash API is live, but only for some developers

  • Paynow, a new Zimbabwean internet payments gateway. Simplicity at its best

  • Classifieds.co.zw launches stand alone property portal

  • Webdev’s SHA social network down. May come back renewed

  • More Zimbabwean bank websites hacked. MBCA, Tetrad and others

  • Webdev prepares to launch Vpayments integrated hosted shopping cart

  • Everything you need to know about Zimswitch’s Vpayments gateway

  • Zimbabwe’s largest online classifieds site gets a new look

  • New online business directory launches, uses TelOne directory data

  • SHA’s first five months – an interview with the founder

  • 9 years’ worth of The Herald’s internet content is offline

  • Webdev launches its social network. Names it SHA

  • Webdev to launch a Facebook for Zimbabwe

  • Itllusion’s mobitones VAS. Our brief take on it

  • The difficulties of registering a local domain in Zimbabwe

  • Details of the ZSE hacking. It happened twice and it was through Joomla