Shift in stance, or move to appease discontent?

Starlink costs US$109 per month for 200Mbps, unlimited download speed, which would drop to below US$50 should the government grant it a licence.
By Tatira Zwinoira and Blessed Ndlovu May. 24, 2024

Potraz assessing Starlink’s application: Mavetera

Mavetera told legislators during a question and answer session in Parliament that the government welcomes new technologies to enhance Zimbabwe’s digital infrastructure.
By Harriet Chikandiwa May. 14, 2024

Potraz sets ‘viable’ ZiG tariffs

Potraz Director-General Dr Gift Machengete warned delegates at the stakeholder engagement meeting last week that a failing ICT sector would hurt everyone.
By Donald Nyandoro Apr. 12, 2024

Internet providers bemoan high taxation

Ncube said the operators feel that there are too many taxes being applied, adding for every dollar earned, US$0,35 went towards taxes.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 7, 2024

Potraz mulls US$ indexed tariffs

Machengete said US dollar indexed tariffs will address a confluence of issues plaguing the industry, including consumer concerns over expensive tariffs.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 7, 2024

30 PWDs graduate in POTRAZ skills training

Tichafa Mujuru said the Basic ICT Skills Training began last year and is targeting the training of over 200 people with disabilities this year.
By Nicole Madziwa Mar. 29, 2024

Access to the internet and Starlink debate in Zimbabwe

Starlink aims to provide global broadband internet coverage from space.
By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Mar. 24, 2024

Can govt please save our souls

Connecting to the 2G network, which is also as mighty slow as the Amazon rainforest sloth, is akin to partying with a cow as it is costing an arm and leg.
By Newsday Mar. 23, 2024

Protect consumers, Govt tells Potraz

Machengete was accused of lying, with critics arguing that Zimbabwe has the most expensive data and the worst network coverage in the region.
By Gracious Daniel Mar. 22, 2024