I understand that CABS had their new website hacked, so maybe they do have an excuse for having outdated bank charges on their current site. What I don’t understand is the new ATM withdrawal charges. Are they making us pay for their fancy, new-fangled talking ATMs? Anyway, an ATM withdrawal used to be $1.00 and now it’s $2.00 – the same as a teller withdrawal. An ATM withdrawal of $480.00
The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has had a severely ugly website. That website has been hacked. I can’t tell if this happened recently, but the contact email address the hacker left suggests this may have happened sometime last year. MusLim HaCkeRs Virtual Soldier returns/ The Game Started Close the holes. mailto : email@example.com Following the Ministry of Finance incident last month, I guess the Zimbabwe government departments need to
Whilst going through my favourite publication this morning, I came across what seemed an interesting article.
With businesses closing down in Zimbabwe, unemployment is increasing and as a result, there is less consumer spending.
During tough economic times, it might have been hard to come up with anything more visceral than the appeal to “Buy Zimbabwe. Save a job.”
All well and good, and this seems like a noble effort. Except … buyzimbabwe.org.zw itself is not even hosted in Zimbabwe
I just took this screenshot from the website of The Standard. There is, of course, a long and colourful history of spelling howlers on Zimbabwe’s news websites, The Herald being the standard-bearer (teehee), but NewsDay is fighting hard to take that cup, and The Independent has moments. Does no-one with responsibility actually CHECK the website after uploading and updating is done
Updated below I ranted at Econet about their mobile broadband offering on my personal blog earlier this month, and posted a screenshot of a MASSIVE typo on the (new) homepage. It’s still there today. Judge for yourself. Also, the share price hasn’t changed either. Is anybody out there? Update 1 At 1156hrs today, I mailed this post to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we’d get a reaction. If