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ZIMASSET: Emerging Entrepreneurs Series: Women in ICT

ZimAsset: Emerging Technology Entrepreneurs – Women in ICT

29 July 2014, 5:00pm – 7:45pm, Meikles Hotel, Harare


The Computer Society of Zimbabwe, Harare Chapter will, on the 29th of July 2014, host a function featuring emerging women ICT entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe. This is the second edition and will also feature presentations from products of Zimbabwe’s institutions of higher learning. The budding entrepreneurs will showcase their products the peers in the industry will speak about the ZIM ASSET blueprint and ways of navigating the road to success.


CSZ Business School Presentations

CSZ 2014 Business School Presentations

Clint Meerholz, Pink Elephant

The Why of Service Management

The How of Service Management

R. Marunda, Standard Association of Zimbabwe

The Overview of IT Service  Standards

 Click here to download all the above Presentations



Emerging ICT Entrepreneurs Series Presentations

Richwell Phinias, QDS, Presenters Introduction, Click Here To Download

Givemore Dube, Click Here To Download

Tinashe Kujoka, The Hunter, DriveSafe, Click Here to Download

Kevin Ngalonde, VIDApp, Click Here To Download

Lee Taaziva, CSZ Vice President, ZimAsset Overview, Click Here To Download

Rushmore Mushambi,, Click Here To Download

George Chingore, Protronics, Airtime Vending Machine, Click Here To Download

Munyaradzi Gwatidzo, Mobistore, Click Here To Download



CSZ Bulawayo Chapter Presents Health IT Seminar


Bulawayo Chapter


Health IT

Main Speaker:  Mr. Ryle Nhari

Date:  29 May 2014
Venue:  Speciss College, Jason Moyo Street, Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave
Time: 1715hrs for 1730hrs

Health IT refers to the management of health information across computerised systems and its secure exchange between consumers, providers, government and insurers. Health IT is increasingly viewed as the most promising tool for overall quality, safety and efficiency of the health delivery system…and Zimbabwe has seized this opportunity!


Who Is Streamline Solutions?

Stream Solutions is a company dedicated to custom software development and design, implementing and modifying software, with a bias towards health, so that it is of high quality, affordable, maintainable and fast. Ata Doc Labs is a software designed for private doctors to manage their appointments, patients, billing, claims, prescriptions, input a diagnosis(ICD-10), refer patients to another doctor electronically, etc. Other products of Stream Solutions include Ata Management Console, Ata LIMS, and Ata Ultimate Edition.

imagine IT…will design IT

Health IT

Contact:  Mduduzi – 0772264901, Vickie – 0772206067, Janet – 0772394712
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Harare Chapter May Function ; Emerging Technology Entrepreneurs Series


Byo Chapter April Function

Computer society of Zimbabwe

Bulawayo Chapter




  1. Mr Martin- Ski-Hub
  2. Professor John Trimble – System Dynamics in a Dynamic Business
  3. Mr Thambo Nyathi – Impact of Digital Forensics in Business
  4. Mr Khesani R Chilumani – Systems Dynamics and Modelling in Business

Date: 24 April 2014

Venue: First Computers Boardroom, Suite 4d, Bulawayo Centre Business Suites, Main Street, Between 9th & 10th Avenue

Time: 17:30 – 1930 PM

Information Technology is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve, transmit and manipulate data. Computers and information systems are essential and significant parts of every business today. Every business needs to invest in technology for it to have a competitive edge. Modern businesses all over the world now rely on ICT to function and maintain high standards of efficiency and customer service. Technology is rapidly changing the way that businesses communicate and function every day. It is important for managers to take a proactive role in understanding emerging technology trends and how they may affect a company's business model by investing in an ongoing program of information technology training for all levels of staff. IT offers a wide range of benefits to business that will be highlighted by the speakers. You are all invited to come and gain an insight into how IT can advance your business!!!!!


Contact Computer Society of Zimbabwe
6 Baines Avenue, Harare
Tel (04) 250489(04) 250489/90 Cell Vickie 0772 206 0670772 206 067, Florence Phaswana 0772 287 3500772 287 350, Busi 0772487932
Fax (04) 708861
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CSZ Business School 2014


csz Bulawayo Chapter Function


New CSZ Website Under Construction

A new website for the Computer Society of Zimbabwe is under the final stages of construction. It is a culmination of ideas that are meant to reflect the current trends in ICTs and hopefully it will help the organisation serve better.





 Notice is hereby given of the 40th Annual General Meeting of the Computer Society of Zimbabwe and the 39th Annual General Meeting of its Harare Chapter which will take place together starting at 5:15 p.m. on 20th February 2014 at the Rotary Centre, corner Fife Avenue/Colquhoun Street, Harare.



 CSZ members are requested to kindly complete the survey at the following link :




S.T.O.P. ANALYSIS SUMMARY (a summary of Zwelibanzi's analysis of current situation)

S - SOURCE - where are we right now and what are the consequences
#we have a situation where society believes road and traffic education is for drivers and vehicle owners#
#consequence is that drivers have to drive for other drivers, passengers and pedestrians etc#

T - TARGET - where do we want to be and what are the benefits of getting there
#we desire a situation where all stakeholders and affected categories of road users are educated on the Highway Code and defensive driving etc with necessary supporting regulation in place#
#benefit is that the whole traffic jungle becomes vocalists in the same choir singing in tune. Less misunderstandings on the roads#

O - OBSTACLES - what is preventing us to get to where we want to be
#mindset shift required
#absence of necessary regulation
#poor city planning

P - PLAN - how are we going to get to where we want to be
#include the education in all basic curricula, may be too traditional

Suggestions from the floor on how ICTs can be used.....

#take the education to where the people are, harness social and mobile platforms
#use facilities that engage the 21st century person, sponsor development of educational games on the subject e.g. as a competition
#e.g. have a facility that jams cellphone signals within a moving vehicle
# forcing organizations with fleets to use advanced fleet management systems that manage and track vehicle use and conditions, driver assignment and condition monitoring, speed/braking/rev count etc monitoring
#route planning and load optimisation
~ demo on current apps on local Highway Code education conducted.

Providers of Internet and Phone Services in Zimbabwe should be made to share infrastructure
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