Zimbabwe ready to roll with broadband plan
Aim to reduce the cost of broadband access from the current rate of 10.1% of a Zimbabwean’s average monthly income, to 2%.Michael Malakata
Zimbabwe takes aim at social media
Government appoints task team to monitor social media posts.
Zambia’s cyber security stance worries civil rights groups
Government formally introduces Cyber Security and Cybercrimes Bills of 2021.
Under pressure Zambia shelves cybercrime Bills
Senior official confirms Cyber Security and Cyber Crime Bill as well as the Data Protection Bill have been withdrawn.
Mnangagwa's crackdown on connectivity continues
Internet restored but WhatsApp, Twitter still down in Zimbabwe as protests enter day four.
Cyber security Bills have Zambia's govt stumped
Legal framework under development says Justice Ministry, but questions remain over possible impact on freedom of expression, speech.
Zim cyber crime bill needs review claims media group
Media Institute of Southern Africa bemoans proposed legislation in its current form, urges authorities to consider concerns.
Zambian media regulator to sue broadcaster
The battle for control of the Southern African country's airwaves heads to court.
Zambia's media institute warns govt
Organisation claims recent threats by ministers tantamount to violation of media freedom.
Zambia: authorities concede on digital migration policy
Telecoms regulator buckles under pressure over national broadcaster decision.
Zambian broadcaster gets ‘sole’ right to flight digital
Media group cries foul over latest development regarding digital broadcasting.
Econet Zimbabwe, journos square off
Journalists demand apology following a raid at The Source news agency on Thursday.