We are reliable informed that the government has given another directive that will see the few people in Zimbabwe that still had connectivity being shut from the internet completely.
This is not just the social media block that has been on since early this morning or the switching off completely of Econet and TelOne rendering more than 65% of the subscribers to internet in Zimbabwe unable to access the internet.
ZOL is probably the only ISP that was left that was making internet accessible and perhaps NetOne although both had restricted access to WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter. In a few minutes even ZOL could be switching off.
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