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

25 January 2006

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Gold production drops

HARARE - Official gold production in Zimbabwe last year slumped nearly 40 percent says the Chamber...

Takeover of fertilizer firms to quicken flight of investors

HARARE - The Zimbabwe government could have hammered the final nail into the investment coffin by...

No radical shift expected

HARARE - Bullish conditions persisted last week and this saw six counters reporting gains above 100%...

Time ripe for exhausted nationalism?

As the IMF visits Zimbabwe this week, PATRICK BOND, examines the diplomatic brokering behind the SA...

Stig Hove wins case against ZESA

HARARE - Mufare Stig Hove has won his lengthy legal battle against Zesa, which fired him...

Dunlop take-over?

HARARE - Dunlop Zimbabwe, the troubled tyre-manufacturing firm, is set to be taken over by an...

New Year property review

BY MARTIN REDFERN Holland & Redfern are Chartered Surveyors with offices in Harare, Bulawayo and Mutare, and...

Books: Re-Living the Second Chimurenga

Re-Living the Second Chimurenga: Memories from Zimbabwe's Liberation Struggle, By Fay Chung, published by The Nordic...

Fay Chung Biography

Fay Chung grew up in a Chinese family in then Rhodesia in the 1950s and 1960s....

Stone sculpture comes to Chelsea Flower Show

Guruve Gallery will exhibit a selection of Zimbabwean stone sculpture at the Chelsea Flower Show in...

Tapfuma Gutsa – London exhibition

2nd March - 1st April 2006 An exhibition of new works by Tapfuma Gutsa. Tapfuma Gutsa's work, both...

Tribalism is back

BY WILF MBANGA LONDON - As the consequences of Zanu (PF)'s misrule become increasingly apparent, even to...

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