Huawei Q3 revenue growth defies difficult year

Huawei Technologies founder Ren Zhengfei

by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG - HUAWEI has registered a 24,4 percent growth year-on-year in revenues to CNY610,8 billion ($86 billion) in the first three quarters of this year. The company's net profit margin in this period was 8,7 percent as it defied a difficult year following restrictions in the United States in the middle of the year.

Modern church leaders and the insatiable loot appetite

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKATHE way some church founders and pastors nowadays accumulate and hoard wealth from tithes and other newly created offerings, one would be pardoned to think they will take their loot to the grave. Mostly Pentecostal, they forget this world is just a passing phase before reaching eternity. I'm...

Rhinos to bounce back in Gonarezhou

Rhinoceros

by KHUMBULANI TARUVANDA CHIREDZI, (Lowveld Post) - GONA reZhou National Park is set to re-introduce Rhinos next year as part of its objective to have the Big Five animals. Gonarezhou Area Manager Ovias Mpofu said 20 rhinos would be acquired from either Bubi, Save or Malilangwe Conservancies. He disclosed that Gonarezhou...

Silver Fins ready for national Sprint gala

Triangle Estates' Sliver Fins Club coach Mark Burbidge. Photo by Khumbulani Mafeking, CAJ News Lowveld Bureau Chief.

by WALTER MAFEKING TRIANGLE, (Lowveld Post) - LOWVELD swimming club Silver Fins will travel to Manicaland for this year’s first juniors swimming competition. They aim to scoop silverware at the national Sprint gala, slated for 18 to 19 October at the Mutare main pool opposite the Fire Station. Sliver Fins Club...

Namibia most attacked by cybercrooks in Africa

Cyber criminals

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG - NAMIBIA is the country worst targeted by cybercriminals in Africa as the continent exceeds the global average by more than twice over the past six months. Zambia, Morocco, South Africa and Nigeria, in that order complete the top five countries most impacted by cybercrime in the region.

Who said journalists can’t operate guns?

PICTURE CAPTION: Showcasing his other side of life is Lowveld Post Editor-In-Chief, Mr Walter Marwizi, demonstrating to members the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) that he can also defend his country when it matters. Mr Marwizi and ZNA military personnel were at a recent Lowveld Agricultural Show hosted in Chiredzi. Photo, Lowveld Post (Pvt) Ltd.

PICTURE CAPTION: Who said journalists cannot operate heavy military machine guns? See Lowveld Post Editor-In-Chief, Walter Marwizi, demonstrating his other side of life when showing he could be Zimbabwe's liberator too when it matters most. Watching to Mr Mwarwizi's military prowess skills are members of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) at a recent Lowveld Agricultural Show in...

‘AI to complement humans, not to take jobs’

Artificial Intelligence

from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG - A TECHNOLOGY expert has waded into the contentious debate around artificial intelligence (AI) being a threat to some jobs presently held by humans. Presenting at a summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, Alix Rübsaam, argued AI would complement, not replace, human capabilities. “Essentially computers are doing what we...

Future Zim women leaders tackle gender scourge

Hon. Chantel Mawunidza, the Junior Parliamentarian who assumed the role of the UN Resident Coordinator Designate during the #ZimGirlsTakeover. Photo Marcus Mushonga, CAJ News

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in HarareHARARE - YOU cannot do anything for a girl without the girl’s active involvement. With their baby faces and young ages belying their maturity, Zimbabwe’s budding female politicians have made this resounding statement that is likely to change the way the country protects and empowers its girls. The symbolic sentiments on...

Chiredzi’s Lady Gaga speaks out

Posing for a photo is Florence Ngwerume in red, popularly known here in Chiredzi by her nickname Lady Gaga with her friend. Photo by Grace Mandizvidza, Lowveld Post

GRACE MANDIZVIDZA CHIREDZI, (Lowveld Post) - FLORENCE Ngwerume, popularly known by her nickname Lady Gaga, is Chiredzi’s foremost socialite who lights up occasions wherever she goes. She is well known for her dance moves at various shows and entertainment gatherings where she steals the spotlight with her free-spirited attitude. She has...

Modernised site approval policy crucial to fast track 4IR

Huawei Vice-President for Southern Africa, David Chen

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG - INFORMATION and communications technology (ICT) experts believe a single, efficient policy for building telecommunications infrastructure is essential for South Africa to seize the opportunities of fifth-generation cellular network technology (5G) and the fourth industrial revolution. This was the prevailing sentiment at the recent 'Africa Meet Up 2019', the passive infrastructure...