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

BZS to focus on diaspora

LONDON -

The Britain Zimbabwe Society has chosen 'displacement and survival' as its study theme for 2006 and will be inviting Zimbabwean researchers to share their...

Zimbabwe Women’s Network

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT LONDON - The Zimbabwe Women's Network-UK (ZIWNUK) is a non-political, non- profit organisation...

Vigil Diary – 21st January 2006

LONDON - No sooner had we set up shop with our banners and flags and "Mugabe...

No Africans at Russian G8?

BY TREVOR GRUNDY LONDON - For decades after the 1917 Revolution, Moscow posed as a champion...

Detention Watch

Many asylum seekers are frustrated at not being able to work while their claims continue to...

Out of the glass cage

LONDON - Renowned historian Terence Ranger has written an article, entitled Out of the glass cage,...

Opening the container in London

To ship, or not to ship? the question that lingers longingly when emigration is imminent. Does...

Heart attack kills Smith’s only son

OBITUARY: Alec Smith (1948-2006) Ian Smith's son to be buried in Norway after heart attack at...

Teachers flee poverty datum line

BY MAGUGU NYATHI JOHANNESBURG - The place is calm and peaceful, a gentle breeze lifts up...

Rescuers abandon search

MUSINA -

Zimbabwean families were this week making efforts to trace the whereabouts of their relatives...

Mtetwa target of state papers’ hate campaign

BY A CORRESPONDENT HARARE - A vindictive personal attack by Information Secretary George Charamba on human...

Attacks on free media stepped up

BY A CORRESPONDENT HARARE - Compounding the shutdown in December of Voice of the People (VOP),...

Tsunami Hypocrisy

EDITOR - During Mugabe and his first family's annual holiday in Thailand recently, Zimbabweans have been...

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