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LED Skincare Gadgets Market Anticipated to Grow at a Significant Pace by 2028

Gizmos, Media
Rising awareness for the light emitting skincare procedures boosts the LED skincare gadgets market Aging of the skin is a natural process; trying to slow or reverse the presence of aging needs some intervention. For a long time, people have been looking for tools and gadgets, extending from tweezers to moisturizers to establish a skincare routine that works. Technology has upgraded skincare in many extraordinary ways. It has created a market for devices that allow people to care for their skin in their homes while paying less for grooming and stylish services every month. The global market for LED skincare gadgets is expected to grow in the future, due to the increasing rate of skin-related disorders and diseases worldwide. The LED skincare gadgets market accounts for the

Pay Your DStv Subscription In RTGS Dollars

FinTech, Media
With the current confusion around currencies in Zimbabwe, it’s not easy to pay for your DStvsubscriptions to Multichoice. If you don’t have US Dollars in your hands in Zimbabwe or you don’t have relatives in South Africa who can make payments for you (for South African registered accounts), you will miss out on all those engaging programmes on DStv. But not anymore, you can now simply pay in RTGS Dollars right here on Techzim. How do you pay for your subscription on RTGS Dollars? To pay for your DStv in RTGS dollars follow these simple steps: Visit or click the following link: www.techzim.co.zw/product/dstv-by-ecocash/ Select the package you want Enter the SmartCard number for your DStv (SmartCard number not account number) Enter the surname of the DStv Acco
Telecel Apologizes For Using Local Artist’s Content Without Permission

Telecel Apologizes For Using Local Artist’s Content Without Permission

Entertainment, Media, Telecomms
For a long time copyright infringement has never been taken too seriously in our country. Maybe it’s because we have bigger fish to fry as people or whatever reason you may come up, but ultimately the people who I know don’t really care for that stuff. Unfortunately, companies are held to a different standard for some reason. Telecel learnt this the hard way after they discovered that they had used a poem by Prince Kanokanga without his permission. The telecoms company did apologize for the unauthorised use of the poem: Telecel Zimbabwe (PVT) LTD formally expresses its deepest, most sincere regret of having published this on this platform, an extract of a poem, through its agent, entitled Love Story without the authorized use of author Prince Kanokanga. On behalf,
Zim Government 25 Years Behind Private Sector When It Comes To Web Presence

Zim Government 25 Years Behind Private Sector When It Comes To Web Presence

Media, News, Security
This is a Guest Post and does not necessarily reflect the thoughts and opinions of Techzim. We have a strong filtering process of what makes it to our blog and are confident that you’ll enjoy the article below. Zimbabwe has a mobile penetration rate of 102.7 percent (according to PORTAZ January 2018) meaning over 100 percent of the Zimbabwean population has access to the internet, which is the biggest source of information. There is now a need for every sector of our government to have a web presence. The flagship ministry of our government the Ministry of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services that does not have a basic website or an online presence, this is where the problem starts. So where is the source of this nations information if our information ministry does not have the
Having Trouble Creating A Kwese Account? You Are Not Alone.

Having Trouble Creating A Kwese Account? You Are Not Alone.

Applications, Media
On Monday morning ZOL delivered on its promise and started handing out it’s Roku Powered Kwese Play box for free to qualifying customers. The box is supposed to also come with 12 months of free Kwese iFlix. Creating a Kwese account might be an issue As soon as you boot the box for the first time it updates itself and once that process is done you are asked to activate the box by going to kwesepaly.com/countrycode e.g kweseplay.com/zw for Zimbabweans and entering the code that appears on the screen. You will need a Kwese Account to complete this process. If you do not enter this code you cannot use your box as you will be stuck on this registration screen. Normally this shouldn’t be a problem as creating a Kwese Account involves about three or four steps. Step two is
Econet Explains What Happened to Their Network On Monday: Something Happened In Masvingo

Econet Explains What Happened to Their Network On Monday: Something Happened In Masvingo

Media, Mobile Money, News, Security
Most of the day on Monday a lot of Econet subscribers could not make calls, send SMS messages, check their balance and worse could not use the USSD platform to perform EcoCash transactions. According to the Herald, Econet issued a statement last night explaining what happened. Well unless the Herald skimmed off the actual explanation, none was given really. None that makes sense anyway. They just told us what we went through: The Herald says: In a statement released last night, the mobile giant said the fault initially resulted in call failures in the Masvingo region only, but later escalated to a nation-wide problem following an abnormal surge in traffic, which led to instability on its key network systems. Wait, what did you say exactly? There was a nation
Zimbabwean man spent $5,000 own money putting Zimbabwe on Google Street View

Zimbabwean man spent $5,000 own money putting Zimbabwe on Google Street View

Applications, Gizmos, Media, News
Zimbabwe is too far for many people to visit, but 37-year-old Tawanda Kanhema grew up there before moving to the United States. Thanks to Kanhema, though, you’ll soon be able to play virtual tourist, thanks to his work and the magic of Google Street View, Kanhema, who left the country to study journalism and documentary film-making at the University of California, Berkeley, spent two weeks back in Zimbabwe shooting the sights and sounds of the coolest places. Areas he covered include the capital’s Harare’s central business districts, malls, a virtual tour of Victoria Falls, Christmas Pass, the city of Mutare’s main business strip as well as the Great Zimbabwe monument and the Eastern Highlands. He’s uploaded over 500 miles of coverage, including Street View images uploaded during Octobe
Zimpost Now Has An Online Store And A Virtual Post Office As They Up Digital Efforts

Zimpost Now Has An Online Store And A Virtual Post Office As They Up Digital Efforts

Applications, Media, News, Start Ups, What's Hot
Zimpost has decided to dip its toes in the eCommerce market as they have launched Zimpost Mall which they hope will become an online provider of all you need as it will be filled with different goods at some point. The postal and couriers service company now has a new online platform that provides courier services and they are calling this the Virtual Post Office. This offers a number of services you would normally have to visit the post office for. Zimpost Mall The online store is quite interesting and though it is still a work in progress it seems there will be loads of stuff to get there. Right now there are only a few sections that are stocked. There is a stationery section and this contains –you guessed it- stationery, textbooks -for Primary, Second
Kwese Failing To Pay For World Cup, Euro And NBA Rights

Kwese Failing To Pay For World Cup, Euro And NBA Rights

Media, News, What's Hot
Kwese is reportedly failing to honor its financial obligations to its partners for the media rights of the upcoming 2018 World Cup, UEFA Euro 2020, European qualifiers and the Nations League. This is according to a report by media rights lister, TV Sports Markets. The pay-television company has been on a drive to dethrone DSTV as Africa’s leading media content provider. Last year it even competed with Multichoice, DSTV’s parent company for the 2018 World broadcasting rights but ultimately they both won the rights. The TV Sports Markets’ report went on to list National Basketball Association (NBA) and ESPN as other rights holders to whom Kwese TV owes financial obligations. This setback in can be attributed to Kwese’ massive expansion in many areas ranging from sports content to mo
Kwese, Where Are The 23 Channels You Promised Us By March?

Kwese, Where Are The 23 Channels You Promised Us By March?

Media, News
Do you remember an article we wrote about Kwese promising you 23 more channels by March this year? Since then customers waited with bated breath. Kwese said that its bouquet would, as a result, start to offer 100 channels in totality adding on its current 77 channels. We have an amazing line up of new channels on their way. Some of the channels are our own innovations and they take time to complete, but we are almost there now. Well, we are disappointed to let you know that Kwese has not lived up to its word as they haven’t introduced the 23 channels. March has passed and April is approaching its end but still nothing has come. Kwese’s announcement was accompanied by so much enthusiasm such that soccer fanatics had speculated that the new batch of channels would include soccer ch
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