Monthly Archives: May 2013

MTN looses 470 000 subscribers in South Africa

MTN looses 470 000 subscribers in South Africa

South African-based mobile phone provider MTN released its quarterly update for the period ending 31 March, and while they have had a strong financial quarter, they have lost a number of subscribers in South Africa.

Samsung working on 5G technology, will roll it out in 2020

Samsung working on 5G technology, will roll it out in 2020

The current 4G wireless technology is yet to be fully accepted by all mobile network providers, and its next phase would be a ’4.5G’ network, as observed by analysts.

Adobe to end perpetually licensed software, introduces subscription system

Adobe to end perpetually licensed software, introduces subscription system

If you want to continue using any software from Adobe’s Creative Suite, brace yourself for the new monthly subscription system to have access.

Ncube, WeUtonga rock Hifa

Ncube, WeUtonga rock Hifa

Norway-based musician Busi Ncube and Edith WeUtonga Katijin on Saturday staged a magical performance at Harare International Festival of the Arts Lays Global stage.

Don Moen’s exceptional performance

Don Moen’s exceptional performance

AWARD-winning American singer, songwriter, pastor and producer of gospel songs Donald Moen, popularly known as Don Moen gave local audiences an outstanding performance on Saturday night at the Praise and Worship Festival at the Mwana Dream Park, Eastlea, Harare.

Savanna expands business

Savanna expands business

SAVANNA Tobacco says it has conquered the Matabeleland region and has now set its eyes on foreign markets, particularly Ivory Coast and Sudan.

Highlanders leading Castle League

Highlanders leading Castle League

HIGHLANDERS assumed leadership of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League yesterday with a clinical dismantling of third-placed Buffaloes at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday.

Charge Guptas with treason — Malema

Charge Guptas with treason — Malema

JOHANNESBURG — The Gupta family should be charged with treason for using Waterkloof Air Force Base, former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said yesterday.

Mugabe taken to court over polls

Mugabe taken to court over polls

LOBBY group, Centre for Elections and Democracy in Southern Africa (CEDSA) has filed an urgent Supreme Court application seeking an order compelling President Robert Mugabe and his coalition government partners to immediately proclaim dates for the crucial forthcoming harmonised elections.

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