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By Wadzanai Ndlovu ZimSIG, the Zimbabwe School of Internet Governance, has been making significant strides in the internet governance landscape in Zimbabwe. The initiative, which has been successfully running for the past three years, is spearheaded by the Internet Society Zimbabwe's Policy and Governance Committee, under the stewardship of Wadzanai Chihombori-Ndlovu. The call for applications for the fourth ZimSIG event is set to be launched next week. Internet governance refers to the principles, norms, rules, decision-making procedures, and programs that shape the evolution and usage of the internet. In today's world, where the internet plays a pivotal role in our daily lives, it is essential to have well-informed policies and practices in place to ensure that the internet is used to promote the interests of all stakeholders. ZimSIG is an annual event that brings together representatives from various sectors, including the government, civil society, private sector, academia, and technical community. Its primary goal is to facilitate a discourse on emerging issues and trends in internet governance, such as cybersecurity, data protection, digital rights, and internet access.