Donald Trump to be allowed back on Facebook after 2-year ban

Responding to the news, Trump blasted Facebook’s original decision to suspend his account as he praised Truth Social.
By AP Jan. 26, 2023

Crime & Tech: Facebook users fall victim to hackers

There are about a billion users of Facebook, which constitutes about a sixth of the world’s population.
By Jacob Mutisi Dec. 9, 2022

Retention bonuses: What you need to know (II)

The increasing amounts offered as retention bonuses indicate that they are becoming a more popular retention strategy.
By Memory Nguwi Dec. 9, 2022

Using social media to fight drug abuse

The public is heavily influenced by the power of television and social  media.
By Jacob Mutisi Dec. 2, 2022

On loan Bosso striker scores in Botswana

Msendami (20) was loaned out to the Botswana side in August just over two months by new Highlanders gaffer, Baltemar Brito.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 28, 2022

Interactive feedback: Overcoming like Tonny and I

Noone is coming to save us as Zimbabweans, whatever it is that you are facing, you somewhat have the solution to make things flow.
By Grace Chirenje Nov. 11, 2022

Managing disgruntled customers

This has become a popular and immediate action that today’s customers engage in as they seek to get compensated with products that offer value for money.
By Tim Mutsikwi Oct. 28, 2022

Jah Prayzah, Makhadzi quench fans’ thirst

One of the concert co-ordinators Dee Nosh said the stage was set for the concert, urging fans to come in their numbers.
By Winstone Antonio and Rejoice Phiri Oct. 21, 2022

Be careful what you post: How Facebook and the US government have united against Americans with the 'wrong' views

Direct messages sent through Facebook by American users, along with public postings, have been rigorously monitored
By Russia Today Oct. 7, 2022