Eng. Benson Ncube is an Electrical Engineering and MBA graduate of the University of Zimbabwe. He did Advanced Planning of Telecommunications Projects in Germany (1996) being sponsored by Carl Duisburg Gesellschaft. He is an alumnus of United States Telecommunications (USTTI, 1996, 1998) on Next Generation Networks; an alumnus of Diplo Foundation Internet Capacity Building in 2010 and Diplo Foundation Fellowship alumni for IFG 2010 in Vilnius, Lithuania and Southern African IGF 2011 in South Africa. Benson was a facilitator for the Diplo Foundation – BITS Internet Governance workshop 2010 in Gaborone, Botswana. A key role player, in initiating the discussions leading to the establishment the Southern African Internet Governance Forum. With a professional and academic background in ICT (IP, GSM, ISP, Banking, Networks Security), Benson has more than 25 years of practical experience in infrastructural architecture planning, development and management. In his career, he has worked as a Professional Engineer, Principal Engineer, Manager, General Manager, Senior Business Analyst, Consultant, COO and CTO. Currently a Business Development Manager in the private sector. In early years of his profession, he was one of the two engineers who established the modern Zimbabwe Internet Backbone that transformed Internet access to the nation. He was the first System Administrator and Technical Point of Contact for the Country Code Top-Level-Domain for Zimbabwe (ccTLD .zw). Since then, he has developed a strong affinity for Internet services and would like to see everyone having universal access for Internet (Digital) services. Because of his diligence and contributions in the ICT space he was appointed to the Research Council of Zimbabwe Board (2006-2008). He also served as a Vice Chairperson for the Informatics Standing Committee within the Council. Benson was part of the Organizing Committee for the Zimbabwe Institute of Engineers’ First Symposium (2007). His passion is in research, business development, and use of technology for sustainable development and presenting in local, regional and international conferences. His last presentation was at the 22nd International Conference for Telemedicine and eHealth in Morocco. A PhD in Telemedicine Candidate due to graduate anytime from now.