Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe has opened parliament for the final time before he seeks re-election next year.
Before the next vote, members of his ruling party are hoping to introduce a law to increase cyber security.
Mugabe’s opponents and human rights groups fear it will be used to restrict freedom of speech.
Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa reports from the capital Harare.
Watch the report here.
Fears over Mugabe govt plan for new cyber laws
Source: News 24