Government has partnered the private sector in activating the cyber security policy, which is meant to protect the country from cyber attacks and crimes.
Econet has obtained a licence to generate power to meet the electricity and energy needs at its Willowvale premises in Harare.
This comes after the group have included in their designs a self service centre- equipped with an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and internet banking section operating throughout the day and night.
The move is designed to enhance performance, improve service-delivery and to bring more order, discipline and rationality to the sector as a whole.
Telecel Zimbabwe is planning to invest in network expansion as part of strategies to keep ahead of competition in the country’s telecommunication industry.
Mr Collymore says he had been increasingly engaged with Safaricom’s management team and Board of Directors as well as participating in meetings via video link from London.
While the tightening of Econet’s systems will go a long way to eradicate the issue of identity theft, there is need to adopt and fast track the Computer Crime and Cyber Security Bill.