Minister of Information and Communication Technology and Cybersecurity, Supa Mandiwanzira By Kenneth Matimaire MUTARE – Government has clarified its position on cyber security, saying it is meant to secure online communications, contrary to fears that it seeks to spy on citizens. Minister of Information and Communication Technology and Cybersecurity, Supa Mandiwanzira, said there was gross misinformation on government’s agenda over cyber security. He said this during the launch of the Zimbabwe National Frequency Allocation Plan (ZNFAP) recently. Mandiwanzira became the cyber security czar under the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who took over power from Robert Mugabe last November. Mugabe had created a new cyber security ministry to focus on internet crimes, with many saying it…