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October 31, 2017 4:53 AM Zimbabweans against diasporans: Mutambara

ZIMBABWEANS back home, including professionals and the government itself, remain suspicious of exiled compatriots, Professor Arthur Mutambara has said, adding that the problem is adversely impacting diaspora engagement efforts. Speaking at the University of Birmingham in the UK last week, the former deputy prime minister said Zimbabweans back home were not receptive 50

October 27, 2017 2:05 AM MDC Alliance wants Zim to use rand

THE MDC-Alliance led by Morgan Tsvangirai will join the Rand Monetary Union (RMU) if it wins power in the 2018 general elections, as part of its cocktail of economic solutions to Zimbabwe. Tendai Biti, leader of People’s Democratic Party and former Finance minister, who is one of the leaders of the alliance, said Zimbabwe would do better economically 30

October 26, 2017 10:39 PM Microsoft Office 365 now has 120 million business users

Microsoft's Office 365 commercial business continues to power its cloud results in its first quarter of fiscal 2018. LinkedIn is 'ahead of plan,' in its contributions, as well, officials claim. Microsoft's Office 365 commercial monthly active users number is now at 120 million, up from 100 million in April 2017, said officials during the company's earnings 11

October 24, 2017 6:12 PM Facebook Is Telling News Outlets How to Do Their Job. Thanks, Facebook!

That’s galling. But it’s also a positive sign. Over the past five years, as it has grown into a dominant source of online news, Facebook’s news feed has reshaped journalism in profound ways. Its algorithmic rankings, which determine what news its users see (and what gets buried), rewarded outlets for framing their stories around provocative or outrageous 7

October 24, 2017 12:13 PM Apple's iPhone X gamble shows signs of backfiring

OLED panel problems and technical issues relating to Face ID components could mean severe shortages well into next year. It seems that component problems will mean severe iPhone X shortages well into 2018. According to a Nikkei report, OLED panel production will only reach 10 million units a year, which means Apple will have to make do with 20 million 26

October 23, 2017 1:22 PM The Guns Of Khutiyabasadi

He is acute enough to see that the prestige of the Matebele army is gone. Its supposed invincibleness, upon which success so largely depended, has been disproved. The fascination of their terrible shield and spear has been destroyed by the precision of the rifle. Twice in succession they have returned with fallen colours from Batauana.” – From report 8

October 17, 2017 2:43 AM Mental Health Week conclusion celebration a hit

In a bid to encourage positive and wholesome mental health, Headspace Bunbury held a walk for mental health on Friday to conclude Mental Health Week. Held on a day usually synonymous with unfortunate circumstances, the Friday 13 event reminded community members the importance of nurturing good mental health especially on tough days. Headspace community 13

October 16, 2017 2:42 PM Batswana & Firearms (2)

Amongst the technological pioneers in the region was George Nicholson who is known to have experimented at the beginning of the decade with conical shot from America, it being reported by a fellow traveller through eastern Botswana that he had brought down a Blue Wildebeest at over 300 yards with ‘an American rifle 22 bore, with iron points’. In 1842 the American 5

October 12, 2017 9:31 AM Should Georgina Chapman's Fashion Business Suffer for Husband Harvey Weinstein's Actions?

The wife of the scandal-ridden producer is trying to salvage her fashion business as allegations against her husband mount up. Was she, to use a Trumpian word, complicit? After initially standing by him, fashion designer Georgina Chapman announced on Tuesday that she is leaving her husband of 10 years, after sexual abuse allegations first exposed by the New York Times 5

October 9, 2017 8:20 AM Dangote drops interest in acquiring PPC

Nigeria-based cement company, Dangote Cement, has dropped out of the competition for South African rival, PPC. With Dangote’s withdrawal, two parties remain interested in PPC: Afrisam and an unnamed third party. Afrisam’s offer is backed by Canadian investment company, Fairfax Africa Investments Proprietary Ltd, a subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings 16