New security system unlocks doors by recognising your face

New security system unlocks doors by recognising your face

Safeguard Alarms has introduced one of the world’s latest electronic access control systems that makes use of face recognition biometric technology.

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There is growing desperation and precious little hope of observing physical distancing, says Crecey Kuyedzwa.

Water crisis could sabotage Zimbabwe’s coronavirus lockdown

Water crisis could sabotage Zimbabwe’s coronavirus lockdown

Harare authorities have long struggled to ensure constant water supplies to residents

Dawn of the right to information in Africa?

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Ngomakurira – The eagle

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A sign from God?

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Dear Family and Friends,
They say that there is no smoke without fire and if...

Zimbabwean clerics seek help from Archbishop of York

Anglican priests say their bishop is crushing dissenting voices to serve President Robert Mugabe's government.
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Corruption = stealing – Magaisa Commission

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WARD 12, PARIRENYATWA HOSPITAL, HARARE - I'm delighted that the government has failed to...

Life after Mugabe

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Part 2 in our series about Life after Mugabe looks...

Caine Prize 2006 shortlist announced

LONDON - Five writers have been short-listed for this year's Caine Prize for African Writing. The...

DA condemns asylum refusal

CAPE TOWN - The opposition Democratic Alliance in South Africa has condemned the refusal of Roy...

SA Police xenophobic

JOHANNESBURG - Most South African police officers hold a perception that foreigners are responsible for crimes...

Vavi vows to fight

JOHANNESBURG - Zimbabwe's human rights record has once again come under the spotlight when put on...

Zimbabwean woman kidnapped in Jo’burg

JOHANNESBURG - South African police last week arrested four foreign nationals for kidnapping a Zimbabwean woman...

Alarming descent into police state

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New law permits email snooping

HARARE - President Robert Mugabe's government at the weekend unveiled a controversial new law that seeks...

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