Here’s Zimbabwe’s draft Computer crime and Cybercrime Bill


Legislation in Zimbabwe, whether in its preliminary form or as the passed law hardly gets everyone’s attention, but in the past few days, there has been a lot of focus on the draft Computer crime and Cybercrime Bill.

Though it hasn’t been passed as law yet, it has drawn a lot of criticism because of its focus on areas like social media abuse – something that has been thrust in people’s faces as a crime they could be committing just by tweeting “the wrong thing” or sharing an incriminating message.

For those citizens who want to understand this piece of legislation and hopefully contribute to its development, or anyone interested in what it actually says on cyber terrorists, phone seizure, extradition and you can download a pdf copy of this bill by following the link below.


Zimbabwe’s draft Computer crime and Cybercrime Bill (pdf)

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