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Why Social Media Bans Are Not Legal

On 1st July, the United Nations Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemningcountries that intentionally disrupt citizens’ internet access. The resolution on “The promotion, protection ...

Why cybercrime and cybersecurity?

Commentary on the Cybersecurity and Cybercrimes Bill 2017 Zimbabwe This is the first installment of a bi-weekly commentary series on the third draft of the proposed Cybersecurity and Cybercrimes Bill ...

The Right to Privacy

The right to privacy is enshrined in section in section 57 of our constitution. This has been a topical right in Zimbabwe and this article will examine how far our constitution has gone to protect thi...

The Internet as a Human Right?

The rapid technological developments of the past few decades have affected almost every sphere of our livelihoods; this is also true for human rights discourse. As access to the internet is improving ...

Social media threat to cybersecurity?

Commentary on the Cybersecurity and Cybercrimes Bill In his address during the opening of the 5th Session of the 8th Parliament, President Robert Mugabe expressed hope that Parliament would debate and...

Legal Tech Innovation in Africa

by Kuda Hove Technology driven innovation is the rage of the decade, so much so that even government has caught the bug and has generously pledged to finance local tech startups. This is great news fo...