The Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology was established by legal notice no 25 of 2009 and is charged with twelve portfolio responsibilities as set out in Gazette no 15 of 2009.
To provide an efficient national Information, Communications and Technology delivery framework for Swazi citizens, the public and private sectors; through converged services and applications, in order to promote Government policies and programmes; preserve public records for posterity; and to encourage knowledge management through universal access to information, and well-developed, efficient, and affordable communications facilities.
To be a leader in providing a conducive policy environment for Information, Communications and Technology development, applications, knowledge exploration and exploitation, documented heritage, and quality developmental information to the citizens of the Kingdom of Swaziland, in order to facilitate mainstream socio-economic integration.
To provide efficient and cost effective Information & Communications Technology services;
Provide policy guidelines and coordinate key information and media development processes within Government.
To provide information through Radio, Television, Publications and other media Technology formats;
Collect and preserve public and non public records with enduring value for use by the public and government regardless of format;
Provision of advice and direction on national communication policies, licensing regimes and regulatory frameworks designed to support the socio economic and well being of Swazi;
Promote life long learning