New $2 bond coin to hit market next week

New $2 bond coin to hit market next week

By Anyway Machani THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it has minted a new two dollar bond coin which will make its debut next week. In a statement, the central bank said the new coin which is expected to ease the liquidity challenges in the market will complement the $2 note that is already in circulation. “In line with the pronouncement made in the 2019 Mid-term Monetary Policy Statement and the Press Statement of 2 October 2019 to increase the level of physical cash in circulation, the Reserve Bank…

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New e-app to enhance teacher-parent interaction

New e-app to enhance teacher-parent interaction

By Anyway Machani Tech firm, Designetics yesterday launched a free competency based e-learning application with a strong emphasis on STEM, ICTs and Skills Development. Addressing delegates at the launch, Designetics founder Lovemore Chirongo said the company aims to produce students that are self-dependent and equipped with entrepreneurial skills. “The platform will augment effective communication and e-learning, providing effective and world class services as well as universal access to quality education for all. “The platform promotes parental involvement through constant availability of information from the school, thus enhancing the school administration…

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Gvt, SAGIT launch Atlas convention

Gvt, SAGIT launch Atlas convention

By Malcolm Meja LOCAL innovation centre, Science and Advanced Global Innovation Technologies (SAGIT), in partnership with the Ministry of higher and tertiary education, science and technology development yesterday launched the Atlas convention in Harare. The Atlas Convention is an integrated technology and economic transformation initiative, which is set to transform the innovation agenda in Zimbabwe. The convention, which will be running under the “IGNITING INFINITE POSSIBILITIES”, aims to convert innovation potential to commercial products and services, which will steer economic growth in the country. Running from March 30 – April…

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