Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (Zimbabwe)


Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (Zimbabwe)

The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology is a government ministry, responsible for postal services, telephones and information technology in Zimbabwe. The incumbent is Nelson Chamisa[1]. It oversees:

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