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Gtel Releases First Wireless Smartphone

Gtel yesterday released the stunning X7 Plus smartphone, featuring the latest android generation custom processor and wireless charging and earphone system. The company’s brand manager Alvin Pande, said the smartphone features deep learning-based software that enables mobile devices to open up a whole new world of user experiences. Building on …

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The Star FM team raising awareness on albinism

In recent weeks media outlets in the US have been fretting over what would ordinarily be considered good news — the roaring American economy, which has brought low unemployment and, in some places, a labour shortage. Owners and managers have complained about their problems in finding people to fill low-wage …

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ZTE inches closer to resuming business in US

Chinese tech giant ZTE has signed an agreement with the US clearing the way for it to resume business in the country. Once ZTE makes a $400m (£303m) security deposit, an order to lift the ban will be issued, the US Commerce Department said. ZTE was blocked from buying US …

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Delta bemoans forex shortages

Beverages giant, Delta Corporation Limited has said foreign currency shortages continue to have a knock on effect on its business especially packaging material, although earnings were positive in the first quarter to June 30, 2018. The current operating environment, though with a positive sentiment and outlook, is still constrained by …

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Paying for water guarantees availability

The nexus between paying for water and water availability is usually missed when people discuss matters to do with water resources management. The largely held misconception is that since water is a natural resource, it can always be available as long as the requirements for a full and proper water …

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Paying for water guarantees availability

The nexus between paying for water and water availability is usually missed when people discuss matters to do with water resources management. The largely held misconception is that since water is a natural resource, it can always be available as long as the requirements for a full and proper water …

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IDBZ signs MoU with Chinese firm

Business Reporter The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe has signed a memorandum of understanding with Wah Kong Enterprises Limited (WKEL),  which will see the Chinese firm partnering the bank to implement university students and staff accommodation projects. WKEL, which is already doing projects in Zambia, is a subsidiary of Jiangxi …

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Outlines Beitbridge’s Strategic Economic Role

By Levi Mukarati Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has said the heavy presence of the country’s top leadership in Matabeleland South province yesterday, for two important complimentary activities, is a realisation that Beitbridge is a special and strategic economic hub. The Vice President said a boost in economic activity in the …

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Air Zim to secure technical partner

Africa Moyo Business Reporter Cabinet is expected to make a major pronouncement on Air Zimbabwe, amid indications that an inter-ministerial task-force put together to find a lasting solution to the problems dogging the national flag carrier, is tying up its recommendations that include securing a technical partner. Sources close to …

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Let’s Finalise SADC Parly Debate

By Zvamaida Murwira Zimbabwe’s Ninth Parliament which comes after the July 30, 2018 harmonised elections must push for an end to the protracted debate on whether the Sadc Parliamentary Forum and Pan African Parliament should be transformed into a regional Parliament with legislative powers. Mr Speaker Sir, you have been …

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