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August 14, 2018 6:49 PM Google tracks users who turn off location history

The issue could affect up to two billion Android and Apple devices which use Google for maps or search. The study, verified by researchers at Princeton University, has angered US law-makers. Google said in response that it provides clear descriptions of its tools and how to turn them off. The study found that users’ whereabouts are recorded even when location 12

July 29, 2018 4:20 AM Has ED delivered 60 000 jobs?

JOB creation is a key issue in Zimbabwe’s 2018 election. Official media has sought to create the impression that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration is making gains in creating employment. We test one of the latest claims. Claim: The Sunday Mail of June 16, 2018 led with the headline: ‘ED delivers 60 000 jobs.’ The newspaper attributes this to economic 27

July 20, 2018 5:05 PM Kereke helps ZPCS develop business proposals: Zimondi

Incacerated former Bikita West Member of Parliament Munyaradzi Kereke is helping the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service (ZPCS) develop business proposals, ZPCS Commissioner-General Paradzai Zimondi has said. Kereke, a former advisor to then Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Gideon Gono, was jailed two years ago after being convicted of raping 17

July 16, 2018 3:45 PM Twelve mining firms granted prospecting orders

The Mines and Minerals ministry has granted eight mining companies with exclusive prospecting orders for a period of three years while four companies have been granted special grants for the same period of time. The granting of the licences which provides the right to search for minerals and peg claims was announced through general notices announced 43

July 9, 2018 3:03 PM Chamisa dares Mnangagwa on corruption

President Emmerson Mnangagwa cannot weed out corrupt elements within his government because he has dirty hands, MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has said. Speaking at a rally in Zvishavane on Saturday, Chamisa told his supporters that Mnangagwa is the symbol of corruption in Zimbabwe. “I heard Mnangagwa saying he had created an anti-corruption unit in his office 42

July 2, 2018 5:33 PM Cadence Minerals agrees to invest in Zulu lithium project

LONDON — A British company, Cadence Minerals, has signed a conditional heads of terms agreement to acquire up to a 30% stake in Zulu Lithium Mauritius Limited (Mauco), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Premier African Minerals. Under the agreement, Cadence will invest up to $5,1m in Mauco, the parent company of Zulu Lithium (Private) Ltd, which owns the Zulu Lithium 30

June 14, 2018 4:18 PM Ex-Delta workers picket firm’s HQ

Former Delta Corporation Limited (Delta) workers have picketed the company’s headquarters demanding pension payouts. Delta said it has no responsibility to pay pension payouts to its rioting former employees since its pension scheme had a different administrator. The company also said the workers were wrong in demanding to be given dividend arising from a share 37

June 11, 2018 6:04 AM Ziscosteel sale awaits shareholder approval

Shareholders of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel), will hold an extraordinary general meeting on June 28, to approve a transaction that will see the steelmaker’s assets sold to Chinese investor Tian Li (Hong Kong) Limited. Approval of the transaction will bring into effect the revival of the country’s largest steelmaker, which closed shop in 2008 after 39

June 10, 2018 3:08 PM Corporate reputation: The gateway to success

“It is the role of public relations to make sure that the organisation is getting credit for the good it does. Great reputations are built on doing this consistently over a period of time in which a track record delivering on promises and engendering trust is evident to everyone. All members of an organisation have a contribution to make in order to build 22

June 8, 2018 10:28 AM Ghanagate erupts and shakes African football

A World Cup-bound referee and a member of the FIFA Council have been accused of accepting cash gifts by an undercover investigation into African football. Kenya’s Adel Range Marwa, one of Africa’s World Cup-bound referees, will no longer be in Russia after being filmed receiving a $600 ‘gift’. Marwa was given money by an undercover reporter posing as an official 10