Computer Society of Zimbabwe’s regional summer school has just started today in Victoria falls and the event android app is now live on Google Play. This year’s edition is running under the theme, “ICT – Creating Africa’s Quantum Leap”. CSZ has a host of local, regional and international speakers lined for the two day event [...]
Today we attended the Hypercube hub launch in Harare. The launch event was held at the hub’s new location in Harare (11 Phillips Avenue in Belgravia, for you Harareans). At the launch, the team behind the initiative – the advisors and managers – were introduce and they in turn each spoke about the vision they have [...]
As you may already know, the StartupBus bus departs Harare on the 17th of November on a 5 day journey to Cape Town. Hypercube, one the tech hubs to launch in Harare recently, earlier this month informed that they will be holding a kick-off event structured to explore the role of technology in the growth and development [...]
Africom, under their Guroo, banner is now offering complete packages for the ICT side of varying sized businesses. These come as compiled modules which encompass ALL ICT aspects of businesses. According to Africom’s Enterprise Manager Tafadzwa Ndudzo, these modules, which include parts like telephony, local domain registration and email hosting help businesses to engage with [...]
POTRAZ (Zimbabwe’s telecoms regulator) is holding a writing competition for students between the ages of 15 and 25 who are studying technology related courses. The concepts will be on how innovative digital technologies can help meet social needs like unemployment and child online protection. The first two winners will represent Zimbabwe at the coming Youth [...]
We’ve participated in a few hackathons the last couple of years. We’ve even been a winner in one of them. This year when we decided to host our own hackathon, we chose to do things a little different.
This July the inaugural CCISC 2013 comes to Harare, Zimbabwe! The three-day convention, the very first of its kind, will be held at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC), at the Rainbow Towers Hotel.
Have you ever wanted to know how to develop mobile applications but don’t know where to start? Have you ever gotten frustrated by not being able to do anything about problems that are going on around us? Corruption for instance?
In October 2009, a few posts into the founding of this blog, we attended a function where media professionals and politicians were discussing “Free Expression and Freedom of the media” in Zimbabwe. We were quite surprised however that in discussing media and expression, no one mentioned the internet or mobile phones.
The 8th annual eLearning Africa conference will take place in Namibia this week. The event is organised by the ICWE GmbH and is this year hosted by the Namibian government.
The day is finally here. The Broadband Forum is taking place at Sango Conference Center, Cresta Lodge in Harare. We are live-tweeting the event using our regular @techzim handle and we have a live feed showing on the Broadband site here.
On Friday 10 May all things Broadband will blend into a giant cauldron of dialogue, knowledge sharing and networking. After a long wait and even longer days of preparation, we look forward to your active participation.
The Financial Gazette is the exclusive print media partner for the Broadband Forum we’ll be hosting on the 10th of May. In keeping with this partnership, tomorrow’s edition of the “pink paper” will have a dedicated feature on Broadband in Zimbabwe.
This is one event announcement we’ve been looking forward to making for some time this year. We’ve been working flat out these past few months to make it happen and to do it right: the Broadband Forum is finally here!
The Research Intellectual Expo (RIE) is a Zimbabwean initiative by the ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, set up to showcase research and intellectual work by Zimbabweans both in the diaspora and at home.