Fears over Zimbabwe plan for new cyber laws

Mugabe's opponents and human rights groups fear it will be used to restrict freedom of speech.

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    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.


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