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

MISA: Battered journalists sell abroad

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State media says rain will blow wind into economy

BY A CORRESPONDENT HARARE - The rain fell and the state media's false dawns, predictions of...

Exiled Zimbabwean journalists launch website

BY LANCE GUMA

LONDON - The Association of Zimbabwean Journalists in the United Kingdom (AZJ-UK) has...

Zimbabwe gazettes new media application fees

HARARE -

The Zimbabwean government has gazetted new application fees for registration of mass media services...

Zimbabwe private radio boss remanded to March

HARARE - The executive director of Zimbabwe's Voice of the People broadcasting firm, John Masuku, arrested...

Yes, I am an MDC supporter

EDITOR - Just because you are in power, so you want me to be Zanu (PF)...

British tycoon exposes Mugabe

EDITOR - Revelations by British tycoon and Robert Mugabe's bosom buddy, Nicholas van Hoogstraten, that he...

MDC Youth dismayed

EDITOR - We as the MDC Youth in the UK are totally dismayed by the actions...

Zimbos beware

EDITOR - I want to warn these Zimbabweans that if we can find that they're waging...

US policy – renewed engagement

EDITOR - Over the past five years the United States policy toward Zimbabwe has remained principled...

Our only hope

In this week's issue we carry a story about thousands of disgruntled policemen and solders trying...

Goodbye to fertilizer

And now the government has turned its attention to the production of fertilizer. Goodbye to fertilizer....

Zimbabwe’s hide and seek with the IMF

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