Reports emerged on Tuesday that Zimbabwe’s government has moved to block citizens’ access to social media – and, in some instances, access to the Internet altogether – as violent protests spread across the troubled Southern African nation.
Telkom is in talks with Zimbabwe’s state-owned mobile telecommunications operator, NetOne, as the government weighs the privatisation of the business, Bloomberg reported.
Zimbabwe’s telecommunications regulator has threatened to disconnect mobile subscribers it says are spreading information via WhatsApp about the protests that have rocked the country. Zimbabwe is battling to contain public outrage over economic
Mobile network Telecel Zimbabwe says it remains committed to its nearly 2,5m subscribers in Zimbabwe after the high court granted it temporary relief against the cancellation of its operating
After switching off interconnection with state-owned mobile operator NetOne, Zimbabwe’s largest mobile operator, Econet Wireless, has been forced to reverse its decision by the Southern African country’s high court. Econet claims it is owed US$20m by its rival. Econet cut links with its rival last Thursday, claiming NetOne had