Social Media Shutdowns ,An African Staple

By Staff Reporter Chad has just clocked the record for the longest social media blackout in Africa after reaching a year since March 28 2018 when the government instituted the move aimed at fighting its opponents. Cameroon is second with its 230 day blackout covering the entire internet not just social media. The shutting down …

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Civil Space Shrinking in Africa: Afrobarometer

By Wisdom Mumera Despite growing calls for more open societies and the advent of democracy as the sole reigning political ideology African countries seem to have remained stagnant or even regressed as an Afrobarometer report shows. The survey, compiled from countries tracked since 2011/2013, reveals that the space for civil and political rights in Africa …

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Harare to get  15% from City Parking monthly revenue

By Takunda Mandura Harare City Council’s Business Committee says it has resolved that City Parking (Pvt) Ltd should remit 15% of its monthly revenue. In its minutes for the meeting held on the 29th of April 2019, the Business Committee which is chaired by Councillor Munyaradzi Kufahakutizwi also said part of the money from City …

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Google Introduces New Privacy Feature

By Staff Reporter In a bid to enhance privacy and security Google has announced the introduction of a new feature that allows users to auto-delete their location and activity data after 3 or 18 months. Previously there had been a manual option which one could use but obviously, not everyone remembers to turn it on …

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Can We Squeeze Through, Japan Stepping Into the Gap

By Staff Reporter At time the country is facing acute challenges across all sectors it has found much needed support in the form of Japanese assistance that has been coming in different forms ranging from financial to technical. Former allies, the West and Europe have gotten fed up with Zimbabwe and now we are saddled …

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Live Stream: NAYO demonstrates against shrinking civic space in Zimbabwe

About 60 youths under the National Association of Youth Organisations (NAYO-Zimbabwe) yesterday took to the streets to demonstrate over shrinking civic space in Zimbabwe and also demanded the reviewing of age eligibility for the public office so that youths can also get the opportunity to contest for Parliament, Senate and President as well. The youth …

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