SOME disgruntled Bulawayo residents have formally approached Zanu PF Makokoba legislator and War Veterans deputy minister Tshinga Dube to intervene over the sacking of nearly all Ndebele programme producers at the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation’s (ZBC) Radio Zimbabwe
The State exercises monopoly over local television airwaves making most programmes aired by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) emotionally corrosive like concentrated acid on the skin. Consequently, people who afford the luxury subscribe to satellite television providers to maintain a degree of sanity.
Zimbabwe Music Rights Association (Zimura) has released a statement to pay royalties to members indicating that distributions would start from this month
An intriguing drama dubbed Mahlalela Part 1 has released a trailer ahead of launch later this month, pending a go-ahead by .Gramma and Zimbabwe Music Corporation (ZMC).
THE STORY of the blood pressure-raising remuneration package that the financially-broke Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) was and is — as he is contractually still on the corporation’s payroll — paying its chief executive officer (CEO) Happison Muchechetere featured prominently in all the country’s daily newspapers yesterday.
EVIDENCE is now in the public domain that the State broadcaster, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC), does not offer any entertainment to the country.
THE prospective chief executive officer (CEO) of the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) faces serious organisational development challenges that resulted from the breakdown of a previously functioning organisation.
STATE broadcaster, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has been accused of stifling tourism growth in the country by charging exorbitant prices of $100 per year for television sets in each hotel room which did not correspond with low room occupancy enjoyed by tourism players.
INFORMATION minister Jonathan Moyo has dissolved the Cuthbert Dube-led Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) board and sent chief executive Happison Muchechetere on leave for management incompetence, and for failing to produce an acceptable turnaround strategy.
THE government will crack its whip on vehicle licence and ZBC vehicle radio licence defaulters as well as car thieves through installation of devices that will automatically detect them at tollgates.