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.

SPECIAL FEATURE | Inside Zimbabwe’s lockdown

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

Shopping Basket 25-05-06

Supermarket prices, Harare northern suburb
14/05/06 21/5/06 Increase, 4weeks
Mealie meal, refined 5kg Z$150,000 Z$162,000 -31.4%
tomatoes 1kg Z$231,000 Z$270,000 36.4%
matches box Z$12,000 Z...

Fantastic experience in Vic Falls

Victoria Falls is the perfect place to be on a Zimbabwean winters weekend....

Huge forex scandal uncovered

HARARE - A fresh vehicle scandal involving top government officials has erupted in Zimbabwe. Officials close...

News Roundup 25-05-06

Vicious economic cycle continues
HARARE - Zimbabwe's year-on-year inflation rate was 1042,9% in April and prices increased...

Victory for MDC

HARARE - The MDC will push ahead with plans for anti-government protests, saying victory in a...

Top military officers to run NRZ

BULAWAYO - Workers at the National Railways of Zimbabwe, NRZ, have complained about what they call...

Church appeals to Beckett

LONDON - The congregation of Alvaston Methodist Church has written to the new Foreign Secretary, Margaret...

Around Zimbabwe

ZRP sets up special desk for Chinese

WOZA targets schools

HARARE - Members of Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) took to the streets again this week...

News in Shona 25-5-06

Nyaya Inonyadzisa Yekudyiwa Kwemari Yekunze
HARARE - Imwe nyaya inonyadzisa yekudyiwa kwemari yekunze nevakuru-vakuru vemuhurumende yabudiswa zvekare....

International aid workers kicked out of Hopley

HARARE - Zimbabwe authorities has banned Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF) from assisting displaced families at a...

Agriculture – Made gets it wrong again

Minister of Agriculture, Joseph Made, is once more accused of misleading Zimbabweans about the country's food...

MDC SA to hold first congress

JOHANNESBURG - The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) is bracing for its first congress in South...