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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

August 14, 2018 4:32 PM It’s not the economy

Over the years, local sports bodies and teams have cried out for funding and sponsorship ahead of crucial matches and assignments. Shortly before the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals, the Zimbabwe government had to fork out $1 million to bankroll the Warriors’ participation in Gabon. Just last month, Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) announced they would 12

July 30, 2018 3:50 PM EU observers offer mixed picture of first Zimbabwe vote since Mugabe’s fall

Zimbabwe held its first election on Monday since former president Robert Mugabe was ousted in a de facto coup and European Union observers said the vote was “very smooth” in some places and “totally disorganised” in others. President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a long-time ally of Mugabe, faces opposition leader Nelson Chamisa in the vote. Mnangagwa is the frontrunner 40

July 30, 2018 11:11 AM Musicians at war with Zimura, ZBC?

There is a different war currently going on between the Zimbabwe Musicians’ Union (Zimu), Trade Union for the Music Arts Industry (Tumai) and Creative Arts Union (CAU) on one side and the Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) and national broadcaster ZBC on the other side. It’s a war about royalties. Music composers in this country throng Zimura 42

July 23, 2018 1:00 PM Hospital gets $500k equipment

A United States organisation on Friday donated equipment worth over $500 000 to Victoria Falls Hospital. The equipment donated by Matter was handed over by first lady Auxillia Mnangagwa. It included intensive care unit beds, paediatric ventilators, blood fridge, ward and maternity beds, clinical supplies, stethoscopes, nebulisers, oxygen concentrators 13

July 17, 2018 2:41 PM MPOI to unveil latest presidential opinion poll

The Mass Public Opinion Institute (MPOI) — a nonprofit, nongovernmental research organisation — will on Friday reveal its final findings how people intend to vote in the crunch July 30 vote. Zimbabwe is heading for a presidential, parliamentary and municipal vote — that will be the first since Robert Mugabe was forced to resign in November after a coup — pitting 45

July 5, 2018 12:46 AM Eric Abidal: Barcelona deny former president bought illegal liver for defender

Barcelona have denied that former president Sandro Rosell illegally bought a liver for ex-France defender Eric Abidal. Abidal, 38, who is now the club’s technical secretary, had a transplant in 2012 after a tumour was found in his liver. The claim has also been denied by Abidal and the Hospital Clinic de Barcelona, where the player had the operation 45

July 2, 2018 6:03 PM Takura, ExQ endorse Change a Life Concert

Top local artistes billed to perform at the Change a Life Concert have confirmed attendance at the gig scheduled to take place at Wingate Golf Club, Harare, on August 18. The concert, organised by Impala Car Rental, is an effort to raise funds for the Alfred Dondo Foundation’s (ADF) philanthropic work and it will be headlined by South African rapper 33

July 2, 2018 10:04 AM Zanu PF’s 4,5 million jobs lie

CLAIM: “In the 2013 People’s Election Manifesto, Zanu PF promised to create 2,2 million jobs. Over the past five years, 4,5 million people have been gainfully employed in new jobs in both the informal and formal sectors, with agriculture, mining and manufacturing contributing over 80%.” — Zanu PF 2018 Election Manifesto, page 54. Zimbabwe’s jobs data has long been a subject 21

June 25, 2018 10:13 AM Zim Red Cross brings smiles to Gutu student

For many years, life has been hard for Kudakwashe Masunda, a student at Rafamoyo Secondary School in Gutu, who had to be taken to school in a wheelbarrow. That was his life since he started school. his little sister Lucia took care of him whenever he needed to travel. A local news organisation brought Masunda’s plight to the world and that has transformed 30