MTN Nigeria stock jumps after listing

MTN stocks
make a splash  

Company a hit on
Nigeria's local bourse.

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Africa's first biotech incubator programme launched

Africa's first biotech incubator programme launched

Nine entrepreneurs from SA and Zimbabwe have been selected to participate in Africa's first biotech incubation programme, BioCiTi.

Zimbabwe's TelOne counts cost of US$30-million owed

Zimbabwe's TelOne counts cost of US$30-million owed

Managing director said the situation is impacting on company's capital expenditure position.

Mastercard to set up office in Harare

Mastercard to set up office in Harare

Company eager to tape into financial inclusivity opportunity and says only 42.6% of Sub-Saharan Africa's adult population has access to an account.

Zimbabwe ISPs under fire over data tariff adjustment

Zimbabwe ISPs under fire over data tariff adjustment

Local price aligned with revised foreign currency exchange rate matrix.

Zimbabwe mobile money tax revised

Zimbabwe mobile money tax revised

Officials respond to mounting pressure and review amounts, but insist tax will help generate much needed funds.

Zimbabwe September deadline for TelOne, NetOne privatisation

Zimbabwe: September deadline for TelOne, NetOne privatisation

Cabinet approves joint package privatisation plan.

Zim must invest in cryptocurrency says finance head

Zim must invest in cryptocurrency says finance head

Newly appointed Finance Minister will urge Central Bank to establish unit to embrace virtual currencies.

Zimbabwe telcos pin hopes on increased competition, data use

Zimbabwe telcos pin hopes on increased competition, data use

Inflation adds to operator's cost burden but regulator digs in heels over tariff increases.

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Zim pushes shared infrastructure agenda

Telcos agree on model for now as connectivity to rural and underserviced areas takes precedence in local market.

WorldRemit, Zim's BancABC partner on transfer service

WorldRemit, Zim's BancABC partner on transfer service

Over 3 million expats living abroad who can access mobile money transfer service, says exec.

Cash-strapped Zim prefers mobile to traditional online banking

Cash-strapped Zim prefers mobile to traditional online banking

Economists, analysts point to limited and costly internet access as factors.