Staff Profile

/Mr Paul Simbarashe Mupfiga

Mr Paul Simbarashe Mupfiga

Lecturer


Qualifications:

  • Currently Studying PhD in Information Technology , University of Kwazulu Natal
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Tertiary Education , Midlands State University
  • MSc Management Information Systems, Midlands State University
  • BSc Computer Science, Midlands State University

 

Research Interests:

  •  Artificial Intelligence
  • Expert Systems
  • Robotics
  • Computer Graphics
  • Java Technologies
  • IT Risk Management
  • IT Governance and Information Security

Publications:

  • Paul Mupfiga, Adoption of ICT In The Tourism And Hospitality Sector In Zimbabwe, The IJES, ISSN: 2319-1813, ISBN: 2319-1805, volume 4, issue 12, Pages PP -72-78, paper id 412004
  • Paul Mupfiga, Theo Tsokota & Patrick Mamboko,Challenges to The Implementation of Information Technology Risk Management And Compliance In Zimbabwean State Universities, The IJES, ISSN: 2319-1813, ISBN: 2319-1805, volume 4, issue 12, Pages PP -01-06, paper id 4606
  • Paul Mupfiga & Margaret Chirimumimba Application of Mobile Computing In Tertiary Institutions: Case Study Of Midlands State University, , The IJES, ISSN: 2319-1813, ISBN: 2319-1805, volume 4, issue 12, paper id 4604
  • Paul Mupfiga & Margaret Chirimumimba, Challenges To The Implementation of IT Governance In Zimbabwean Parastatals, , The IJES, ISSN: 2319-1813, ISBN: 2319-1805, volume 4, issue 12, Pages PP -01-06, paper id 4607
  • Paul Mupfiga & Stewart Fohlo The Role of Artificial Intelligence And Expert Systems In The Implementation Of Zimasset, , The IJES, ISSN: 2319-1813, ISBN: 2319-1805, volume 4, issue 12, Pages PP -66-71, paper id 412003
  • Joseph Sigauke, Paul Mupfiga and Theo Tsokota, An Analysis of the Information Security Governance in the State Owned Enterprises (SOE) In Zimbabwe, The IJES, ISSN: 2319-1813, ISBN: 2319-1805, volume 4, Issue 12, Pages PP -01-06, paper id 4605
  • Talent Mawere, Prosper Denhere, Maxmillan Giyane, Tinomuda Mzikamwi and Paul Mupfiga, An Exploration of Zimbabwean Citizen’s Perceptions towards Mobile Banking Adoption. JIARM, ISSN : 2320 – 5083, volume 1, Issue 8, Pages PP 423-432

Conferences Attended

2016 e-Tech Africa Conference and Expo. The conference and expo ran under the theme “Creating a Climate for Innovation and Access to Global Markets”. The conference was spearheaded by the ministry of ICT Postal and Courier Services and it was held at the HICC, in Harare from the 9th to the 11th of March 2016. The main theme incorporated 7 sub-themes and discussion sessions that included, e-Government, Cyber security, Tele-medicine, e-Commerce, e-Waste, development of fiber-to-the-home and innovation hubs (FTTH). The objectives of the conference were to determine the status of each sub-theme in Zimbabwe and to come up with resolutions that would assist us to develop our knowledge and expand our use of ICTs as a country. The conference and expo drew people from the ICT industry, civil society, academia and government to a discussion platform for ICT national development as well as ICT development in Africa.

Community Engagement

Patron and Founder of MSU Leos Club, co-Patron and co-Founder MSU Tech Hub Club & Volunteer in the Student Affairs Division

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