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About Us

Kaguvi Digital is a Zimbabwean blog focused on technology in Africa. We work hard to serve the African tech scene and playing our part in telling its story and helping it grow. Here you will be updated with the latest local, regional and global tech news, insights, reviews and tutorials related to various technology fields.

The ultimate goal is to be the blog of choice for young African Innovators, Startups, Geeks, Computer Worms, Techies and Entrepreneurs. We work hard to satisfy your hunger of Technology.

We encourage our followers, readers and anyone that visits the blog to feel free to contact us, leave a comment, give us tips on how we can improve. If you have any African Tech story, please share it with us and help us tell the African tech story.

Our Values

At Kaguvi Digital, among other things we value:

  • Integrity
  • Originality
  • Impartiality
  • Accuracy

We do what we do because we love what we do. We are driven by the desire to see a better African Tech scene.

Code of Ethics

We take ethics and transparency very seriously. The editor(s) of this blog maintain full editorial control of all posts. Our criteria for selecting what we post remains at the discretion of the editor(s) and whether we think our readers will enjoy or benefit from the content.

We run sponsored advertisements relevant companies and may accept sponsorship events. However, maintain a clear distinction between our editorial content and advertisements or sponsorship. Our content remains independent, and will not be influenced or swayed by advertisers or sponsors.

Our posts are sourced from all over the place. We may source our own or form other tech blogs, our readers or volunteers and interviewees and will as per our discretion fiercely protect our sources.

We do not shy away from critical opinions and criticism. However, we will not be influenced to criticism and will remain as fair as we can be. Whenever possible, we will also try to get comments from companies before we write any ‘big’ articles about them.