Thursday Apr 17
Econet targeting Beitbridge for 4G LTE rollout
Econet Wireless, Zimbabwe's largest cellco in terms of subscribers, has reportedly revealed plans to deploy its Long Term Evolution network in Beitbridge, a border town in the province of Matabeleland, domestic newspaper the Zimbabwe Mail reports.
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Thursday Apr 17
All About Jazz
Live From Old York: Mokoomba, Alistair Anderson, Dan Walsh and The Toasters
Mokoomba The National Centre For Early Music April 10, 2014 This gig was on the ninth night of a 12-date tour, so Zimbabwe's Mokoomba were well primed for action, tightly configured and slickly earthy.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
On track to luxury and contemplation
The observation carriage, at the back, is open to the fresh air at the back and sides.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Zimbabwe: NRZ Scouts for Investors
THE National Railways of Zimbabwe is scouting for investors to partner it in the construction of rail link between Lion's Den near Chinhoyi and Kafue in Zambia as it seeks to create a shorter transit route for traffic to and from Mozambican sea ports.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Zimbabwe: Mugabe Cannot Do Without Me - Tsvangirai
T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Sunday took his current countrywide campaign trail to the resort town of Victoria Falls where he repeated calls for a concerted political response to the country's worsening political crisis.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Six of the Best: Norfolk cultural highlights not to miss this weekend
Victoria Melody and her basset hound, Major Tom, bring their one-woman, one-dog show, rising musical stars from Zimbabwe, The Arcadia Quartet launch Holkham's concert season and eyes to the skies for astronomical celebration Yuri's Night.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
This is Not a Mind-Boggling Optical Illusion, Just Devil's Pool
No, this wasn't filmed in front of a green screen in a sound stage somewhere, but it's a real-life destination, "Devil's Pool" to be exact.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
Column: How 'Operation Noah' saved 6,000 animals
A waterbuck swims from an island in Lake Kariba in 2010 in a bid for Zimbabwe's mainland as waters rise.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
SW Radio Africa
African presidents conspiring against Africa by Tanonoka Joseph Whande
For many years, there have been countries that the world, including that omnipotent organisation, the United Nations, viewed as oppressive, dictatorial and seriously devoid of the smallest spec of democratic intent.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Mail on Sunday
Lonely Planet reveals the world's top 10 greatest wonders
From Ireland's Giant's Causeway, Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, to India's Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China, to not see them, really is missing out.