Government is drafting laws aimed at protecting internet users and fight cyber crime and bullying which is now said to be rampant in Zimbabwe, an official has said.
The European Investment Bank has pledged to extend financial support to the private sector in Zimbabwe but ruled out any fiscal support to government as the country was an unattractive borrower because of the arrears to various multilateral institutions.
There was no shortage of candidates for the 10 June by-elections as 102 candidates filed their nomination papers yesterday giving the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front an element of credibility.
The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) says issues surrounding Telecel Zimbabwe’s licensing are being complicated by its failure to comply with the country’s indigenisation law.
Zimbabwe’s economy is this year seen contracting by four percent, weighed down by weak mineral prices and poor foreign direct investment flows, research by a brokerage firm has shown.