Real-Time Network Data shows partial internet disruption in Zimbabwe on 31 July 2020. According to Netblocks, the Internet’s observatory, the internet in Zimbabwe was interrupted yesterday and a day before as the country was in a total shutdown as people protested against the government’s maladministration and many other grievances.
Many people reported that the internet was either slow or completely not working in their areas yesterday. Data shown by Netblocks which tracks internet disruptions and shutdowns show that the internet was interrupted for 5 hours on Thursday 30 July and for 14 hours on Friday 31 July. The government did not comment on the issue and said nothing about the disruption.
Source – Pindula News
In other news – Truck driver busted with 12 500 bronClere bottles
Truck driver busted with 12 500 bronClere bottles. Dennis Norman Gwangava (27) appeared before Beitbridge resident magistrate, Mr Toyindepi Zhou who released him on $15 000 bail. He was facing charges under the Medicines and Allied Substances Control Act Chapter 15:03.