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    Zimbabwe’s students resort to WhatsApp classrooms

    ZIMBABWEAN students, reeling under one lockdown after another for the past fifteen months, have resorted to WhatsApp classrooms to keep them ready for final year examinations which will be sat whether there is any learning done or not. After finding out the challenges students were facing during the coronavirus pandemic, a young man from Mbare in Harare started “WhatsApp Classrooms”…

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    Bad news for people migrating from WhatsApp to Telegram

    VIRTUAL crowds have gathered on Facebook and Facebook Messenger – which collects more data than WhatsApp – to object to WhatsApp collecting the same amount of data. If they had listened to the experts many could have been spared being swept up in a wild international spike in hysteria and the mass migration from WhatsApp (bought by Facebook a few years…

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    No WhatsApp for you after 8 Feb. unless you allow Facebook to harvest your data

    MANY people are very wary of Facebook and its intrusive methods towards gaining access to our personal data and privacy. When it comes to messaging app WhatsApp however, people are far more willing to share very personal and private information with one another in what has been deemed a far more secure app due to its end-to-end encryption. The problem…

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