Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services
|Headquarters||76 Samora Machel Avenue, 7th Floor, Bank Chambers|
|Sam Kundishora (Permanent Secretary)|
|Remarks||Tel: (+263) 24 707347|
Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services, in 2020, was a Ministry in the Government of Zimbabwe. It oversaw:
- NetOne Zimbabwe
See Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services.
In 1987, these functions were handled by the Ministry of Information, Posts and Telecommunications, under Nathan Shamuyarira. It was responsible for news dissemination through the mass media and for the postal and telecommunications services. 
This ministry aims to develop an enabling environment for the creation of a knowledge based society that transgresses across all levels of the society.
- Minister - Jenfan Muswere
- Permanent Secretary - Sam Kundishora
- Develop appropriate policies and strategies that enhance provision of ICT, telecommunications, postal and courier services;
- Develop an enabling environment for the creation of a knowledge-based society that transgresses across all levels of society;
- Spearhead the development of appropriate regulatory frameworks that facilitate the promotion of information communication technology, telecommunications, postal and courier services;
- Champion and promote ICT literacy and utilization in the country in order to enhance regional and international competitiveness as a nation;
- Develop ICT access channels e.g. information kiosks and community information centres for the less privileged members of society to have access to developmental information;
- Establish and manage an e-government framework structures and applications at national level;
- Evaluate the impact of ICT, telecommunications, postal courier services across all sectors of the economy;
- Champion, promote and coordinate national ICT, telecommunications, postal and courier research and development of cost effective software, hardware and infrastructure so that it reaches best international standards;
- Develop supportive and enabling communications infrastructure to ensure equitable access to ICTs by all citizens including disadvantaged groups and rural communities;
- Introduce and enforce stringent quality of service standards in the provision of ICTs;
- Create a conducive environment for investment in the areas of ICTs, telecommunications, postal and couriers services through public private partnerships; and
- Exercise oversight over parastatals and state owned enterprises under the Ministry.
- ↑ [Katherine Sayce (Ed), Tabex, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe], Tabex, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe, (Quest Publishing, Harare, 1987), Retrieved: 3 August 2022