Cabinet approves Electronic Commerce Bill

By ZBC Reporter Cabinet has approved the Principles for the Electronic Transactions and Electronic Commerce Bill, which was presented by the Minister of  Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services,…

China: Children given daily time limit on TikTok

Douyin, China’s version of TikTok, will limit use of the platform for children to 40 minutes a day. The rules will apply to users under 14, who have been authenticated…

Firm targets investments in renewable energy

By ZBC Reporter Mutare based medical and industrial gas manufacturing company, Verify engineering has set sights on expanding its operations to include renewable energy projects and taking advantage of lithium…

Chinese astronauts return to earth after 90-day mission to space station

THREE Chinese astronauts returned to earth on Friday after a 90-day visit to an unfinished space station in the country’s first crewed mission since 2016. In a small return capsule,…

Inspiration4:Amateur astronauts set for orbital spaceflight

Four “amateur astronauts” are about to launch into orbit in another landmark mission for space tourism. It’s the latest flight to help open up access to space for paying customers,…

Development and adaption of new technologies critical in lowering emissions

By Kenias Chivuzhe Zimbabwe continues to mainstream climate change mitigation and adaption measures with players in the transport sector proposing a number of policy interventions. Greenhouse gas emissions came under…

Apple rushes to block ‘zero-click’ iPhone spyware

Apple has issued a software patch to block so-called “zero-click” spyware that could infect iPhones and iPads. Independent researchers identified the flaw, which lets hackers access devices through the iMessage…

Days numbered for internet hackers

By ZBC Reporter Government has moved a step closer to closing the net on cyber criminals after the Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill was passed in parliament this Tuesday.…

Govt continues to enable e-learning in institutions of higher education

By ZBC Reporter The Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development has handed over the first batch of 600 laptops to tertiary institutions for e-learning. Handing…

EXCLUSIVE Microsoft warns thousands of cloud customers of exposed databases

MICROSOFT has warned thousands of its cloud computing customers, including some of the world’s largest companies, that intruders could have the ability to read, change or even delete their main…