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POTRAZ Invites Persons Interested In Setting Up Community Networks

POTRAZ Invites Persons Interested In Setting Up Community Networks

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe intends to roll out Community Networks in all the provinces of Zimbabwe and has, therefore, invited interested persons in setting up community networks to submit proposals. In a notice seen by Pindula News, POTRAZ said applications must be sent to the regulator not later than 5 June 2022. Reads the notice:

ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMUNITY NETWORKS I PUBLIC NOTICE

The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe intends to roll out Community Networks in all the provinces of Zimbabwe. The project involves the setting up of one community network in each province. Community networks are local community-driven initiatives to build, control and operate a telecommunications network infrastructure to facilitate digital communication.

By this notice, POTRAZ, therefore, invites all members who are interested in setting up community networks and require funding from the Authority to submit their proposals not later than the 5′ of June 2022.

WHO CAN APPLY AND WHAT IS REQUIRED?

The invitation is open to any Zimbabwean(s) representing their community who are interested in setting up a community network in their province for the benefit of their local community. Below is a list of requirements that should be contained in the proposal to be submitted to POTRAZ:

• Detailed Technical Design 

• Financial proposal

• A comprehensive business model proposal covering sustainability mechanisms post-funding.

• Technical Expertise

• Detailed CVs of critical personnel for the project and possible references.

• Project Timelines

• Skills Development Training (skill transfer proposal)

• Detailed plan on the engagement of community

• Lifetime of Project and beyond

• Licensing proposal

• Partnerships if any

Those willing to participate can submit their proposals to the.regulator@potraz.gov.zw , not later than 5 June 2022. Proposals received after this date will not be considered. For any enquiries and clarifications kindly send an email to the above email address.

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11 Comments

ydu 1 month ago

ydisheh


stepineji 1 month ago

*Toes for money*

```May 30, 2022```

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CAN anyone really sell their toes and make instant cash or we are just being sold a dummy?

The sound of it seems a little weird but it’s a subject that is dominating social media sites in this country.

Have we really hit rock bottom as a people that we believe we don’t have to sweat for money and prefer giving some South African sangomas our toes?

Social media has been awash with these tales since last Thursday with news that local dealers, especially those at Ximex Mall in the capital, can’t walk bare footed after selling off their toes.

In one of the circulating messages, there are even unconfirmed prices for the big toe (US$40 000), middle toe (US$25 000) and small toe (US$10 000).

Some say this is work of a cult, who demand the toes in exchange for 10 years’ riches, but one will lose a relative along the way.

Other claims are that, after agreeing to have a toe cut off, no other person must see the leg.

A close source at Ximex claims the story is just something which one guy jokingly shared with his colleagues and has now been blown out of proportion.

“I can’t really deny or confirm such activity at Ximex Mall but what I have gathered is that this whole issue was blown out of proportion after a few guys shared it as a joke.

“Yes, some of the latest cars that the dealers are driving are questionable, imagine seeing a guy who has been struggling to buy lunch for himself now cruising in a Mercedes Benz GL400 which costs US$200 000, you have questions,” said the source.

In a voice note, purported to belong to one ‘donor’, she claims the process was not painful but she received the shock of her life after some maggots came out of her leg. _*HMetro*_

*The Voice Online News ©*
_*Telling The True Story*_


ggg 1 month ago

ummm vatovepo kudhara kutaurawo zbechirango


Tateguru 1 month ago

Province is too large, it should have been by districts like Kwekwe, Gweru, Gokwe, Zvishavane, Shurugwi, Mvuma and Mberengwa for Midlands. Imagine Mberengwa and Gokwe vs Kadoma and Kwekwe in signal strengths.
Ndoopaunozoona vanhu veBeitbridge opting for South African signals nokuti zviripedyo navo


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chati homu! ...chareva. 1 month ago

Hello Pindula, please enlighten us about 'selling of toes' issue.......there seems to be silence in the media houses about it, please give us coverage


verinity 1 month ago

*Toes for money*

```May 30, 2022```

_*Join Sascko Bales WhatsApp group*_
https://chat.whatsapp.com/CXAiy4lzrUWJ2LG3BC9Azy

https://chat.whatsapp.com/KnTDZXvAArvKXPSGP2kp4n

CAN anyone really sell their toes and make instant cash or we are just being sold a dummy?

The sound of it seems a little weird but it’s a subject that is dominating social media sites in this country.

Have we really hit rock bottom as a people that we believe we don’t have to sweat for money and prefer giving some South African sangomas our toes?

Social media has been awash with these tales since last Thursday with news that local dealers, especially those at Ximex Mall in the capital, can’t walk bare footed after selling off their toes.

In one of the circulating messages, there are even unconfirmed prices for the big toe (US$40 000), middle toe (US$25 000) and small toe (US$10 000).

Some say this is work of a cult, who demand the toes in exchange for 10 years’ riches, but one will lose a relative along the way.

Other claims are that, after agreeing to have a toe cut off, no other person must see the leg.

A close source at Ximex claims the story is just something which one guy jokingly shared with his colleagues and has now been blown out of proportion.

“I can’t really deny or confirm such activity at Ximex Mall but what I have gathered is that this whole issue was blown out of proportion after a few guys shared it as a joke.

“Yes, some of the latest cars that the dealers are driving are questionable, imagine seeing a guy who has been struggling to buy lunch for himself now cruising in a Mercedes Benz GL400 which costs US$200 000, you have questions,” said the source.

In a voice note, purported to belong to one ‘donor’, she claims the process was not painful but she received the shock of her life after some maggots came out of her leg. _*HMetro*_

*The Voice Online you can call us for more toe prices on 0772470470

Toe Merchant 1 month ago

Bwerani ku inbox

#@%?":*$ 1 month ago

Yes we need to know more

ဪဋရ 1 month ago

true we want to know about it kkkkkk

faceless voiceless 1 month ago

This is just a token move. vatoopo vari kupihwa Mari idzi nema project iyaya. It's a very short notice for such a technical proposal.. already many have been marginalized.


inini 1 month ago

taura hako. because apo panoda at least a month to do a proper research


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