The Zimbabwe Cyber and data protection Act was established to safeguard data protection in accordance with Zimbabwe’s Constitution and the best interests of the public and the nation. It sets up vital entities like the Cyber Security Centre and Data Protection Authority, defining their roles. The Act aims to create a technology-driven business environment, promote technological growth, and the lawful use of technology. It also amends sections of the Criminal Code to investigate and gather evidence related to cybercrime and unauthorized data breaches. Moreover, it ensures the admissibility of electronic evidence for such offenses. This document is enacted by the Parliament and the President of Zimbabwe to protect your data and digital rights. Download the full PDF file to learn more about data protection in Zimbabwe.