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Zimbabwe's Econet reports 41% drop in profits
Zimbabwe's Econet reports 41% drop in profits

HARARE: Zimbabwe's biggest mobile company Econet Wiresless reported a 41% drop in profits, dragged down by significant tariff cuts, punitive regulatory measures and a deflationary economic environment in the country.

By Malcom Sharara 22 May 2015 08:35

African Free Trade Area - new era for Africa
African Free Trade Area - new era for Africa

Negotiations around the establishment of a single free trade area, spanning across 26 nations known as the Tripartite Free Trade Area have been finalised, with the launch expected in May 2015.

20 May 2015 14:38

Telecomms infrastructure sharing the in-thing
Telecomms infrastructure sharing the in-thing

The current debate around the sharing of infrastructure by mobile phone and internet companies is one that calls for sincere dialogue among key stakeholders, who include policymakers.

By Koliwe Nyoni- Majama and Christopher Musodza 20 May 2015 09:10

New bosses for Zimpapers
New bosses for Zimpapers

Zimbabwe Newspapers (1980) Limited has appointed Delma Lupepe and Pikirayi Deketeke as chairman and chief executive office of the media, printing and packaging group respectively.

19 May 2015 14:09

Zimbabwe: 'Social media a threat to newspapers'
Zimbabwe: 'Social media a threat to newspapers'

The social media has become a major threat to the viability of the newspaper industry and the existence of journalism as a profession, a Government official has said. Information, Media and Broadcasting Services principal director Regis Chikowore said newspaper circulation across the country was taking a nosedive.

By Abigail Mawonde 18 May 2015 10:17

Call to share mobile phone infrastructure
Call to share mobile phone infrastructure

The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Information and Communications Technology, Postal and Courier Services has called for a strong policy on infrastructure sharing by all mobile phone companies in the country.

By Diana Nherera 18 May 2015 09:20

Local content production support - critical as Zimbabwe gears up for digitisation
Local content production support - critical as Zimbabwe gears up for digitisation

Currently Zimbabwe is gearing itself up for two significant developments in the broadcasting industry - the announcement of the successful local commercial licence applicants submitted to the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) in 2014 and the digital migration that will see the country move from analogue to digital broadcasting. Both processes offer the opportunity for reflection on the realities of local content production in the country as they directly affect the broadcasting industry.

By Koliwe Nyoni Majama 18 May 2015 08:41