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Emmerson Mnangagwa has been fired from government for, among other charges, disloyalty and little probity in the execution of duties.

Addressing a press conference held by the party's spokesperson, Simon Khaya Moyo said Mnangangwa has been relieved of his vice presidency.
Breaking News - Mnangagwa Fired From both Zanu PF and Government
This follows a weekend of rallies where Mugabe and his wife directly indicated that Mnangagwa – who has been leading a faction of Zanu PF in the race to to succeed Mugabe, would be fired.
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A fake version of the upcoming WhatsApp Business app is available to download from the Play store. The app, which has been developed by an outfit calling itself “Whasp. Business Inc.”, has a surprisingly high rating, despite users describing it as a “fraud app” and “data theft”.


One user has also complained about being unable to login to it, with another saying it’s full of ads. It was flagged up by Twitter user @MujtabaMHaq and WABetaInfo, and multiple users say they’ve reported it to Google.

While there are lots of fake versions of WhatsApp on Google Play, this rip-off is particularly troublesome, as it’s masquerading as a hotly anticipated new WhatsApp app that’s currently only available for an exclusive group of testers.
‘Whatsapp Business’ App Tricking People Into Downloading Fake Version Of Messenger
As the official version of WhatsApp Business is yet to launch, and the fake version ranks very highly for the search term “WhatsApp Business” in the Play store, users can be forgiven for simply assuming that the fake app is the real deal.

However, its developers appear to have now changed its name from “Whatsapp Business” to “Update Whatsapp”. The real WhatsApp Business app, which is expected to launch in the near future, is designed to make it easier for businesses and regular users to communicate.

People will be able to place orders through WhatsApp, and even receive updates from companies on it. It will also be compatible with landline numbers.

With a lot of recent talk being focused on abolishing the EU roaming charges and setting a standard rate across the union it’s interesting to see how each nation across the globe compares in terms of call charges.


The most expensive local call rate for the united kingdom is awarded to numbers beginning with 09, a minute on that number can end up costing you as much as £2.04! Outside of the domestic market, call charges vary, depending on the operator you’re using. The highest charges are applied to countries including Cuba, Gambia, West Samoa and the Falkland Islands.

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Calls to very extreme destinations such as Antarctica or Guantanamo Bay are met with equally extreme costs of around £1 per minute from a landline. In contrast, domestic calls in India can cost as little as 1 pence per minute however, international calls are charged at extortionate rates of around 5 pence per minute including destinations such as the United States.
Mobile Charges Across The Globe
It also interesting to take a look at call rates in comparison to the cost of living in a certain destination, Singapore has often been named the most expensive place in the world with a price of a small flat reaching $5,000 per month! If you’re expecting a call from someone living in Singapore using a landline your caller would need to accommodate around 40 US cents per minute of your conversation definitely placing Singapore in the higher end of call charges in Asia.

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It’s important to bear in mind that call rates in developing countries will change as telecoms infrastructure of the region improves and more people have access to mobile phone technology.

If you’ve ever been hit with the ‘bill shock’ after your return from abroad, please let us know!

Global travel is a fact of life in the modern world, whether you’re attending an international business conference, taking a quick city break with your partner, or spending your gap year backpacking around the world. 

Whatever the reason for your travels, you’ll want to be able to use your mobile devices while you go: scheduling meetings, finding a unique restaurant, or calling home to reassure your parents you’re being safe and sensible (even if you’re not) are all much easier if you’ve got a smartphone to hand.

If you don’t plan ahead, you could find yourself stuck with a nasty surprise in the form of a big bill: mobile networks charge heavily for roaming, especially for data, ironically as this is what will be most valuable to you in an unfamiliar country.

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We’ve put together a few tips to help you save money on your phone and tablet while you travel, so you can enjoy your holidays without dreading your phone bill at the end.
Saving Money on Your Phone and Tablet While You Travel
Go Offline
There are lots of ways to get full use of your phone without being connected to your 4G and carrier signals. Switching to Airplane Mode could save you money, and be a blessing in disguise.

If you’re travelling for business you can expect your destination, be that a conference venue or office, to have a Wi-Fi network available. Apps like Skype, WhatsApp and even Facebook Messenger can give you text, voice and Face-to-Face call options, drawing from the local Wi-Fi rather than using your network so you can meet all your communication needs without incurring roaming charges.

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If you’re travelling for pleasure, you can plan your day using your hotel Wi-Fi network or a local cafe. Take screenshots of the routes you want to travel and places you want to visit, then refer to your gallery and pack in plenty of tourist fun without using a single byte of data. Without the temptation to constantly check for updates on text, Twitter and Facebook you’ll work a refreshing social media detox into your holiday into the bargain.
Funding From Home
One way to help keep your travels sustainably priced is to look to your support networks at home for extra funding or contributions. If you’re travelling for work, this is your boss, team leader or HR Department. If you’re a student, this is your family back home. Either way, both have got good reasons to want to make sure you remain connected to the outside world, and can contact them.

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Using secure international top up services like Senditoo, they can contribute to your trip by sending you data and talk time wherever you happen to be travelling. All they need is your phone number, so it’s easy for them even if you’ve bought a new phone to travel with.

This will save you money on your costs, and help people at home feel connected to you wherever you are in the world.