Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC)

ZBC bosses suspended

ZBC bosses suspended

ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) yesterday suspended acting group chief executive officer Allan Chiweshe and general manager — news and current affairs, Tazzen Mandizvidza, on allegations of misconduct that prejudiced the group of more than $7 million dollars.

ZBC response contemptuous

ZBC response contemptuous

THE response by the mandarins at Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) to the public outcry over the grotesque airtime being given to First Lady Grace Mugabe’s Zanu PF campaigns was contemptuous.

ZBC defends Grace coverage

ZBC defends Grace coverage

THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has defended its coverage of Grace Mugabe’s rallies, arguing it wanted the public to “hear for themselves” the full message from the First Lady.

Blitz leaves commuters stranded

Blitz leaves commuters stranded

HUNDREDS of commuters were left stranded for the better half of yesterday morning when some government departments, including the Bulawayo City Council, launched a blitz targeting motorists with outstanding tickets for various traffic offences, using a new computerised system to bust offenders.

Mugabe under fire

Mugabe under fire

THE Media Monitoring Project Zimbabwe (MMPZ) yesterday expressed concerns over President Robert Mugabe’s remarks on appointments of editors at the State media saying this proved reforms were needed.

Govt told to end ZBC monopoly

Govt told to end ZBC monopoly

THE government should allow more players into the broadcasting sector to end the monopoly enjoyed by the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC)

ZBC worker hangs self

ZBC worker hangs self

A ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corperation (ZBC) producer Gertrude Mugarisanwa, who was based at the Montrose Studios in Bulawayo, was found hanging from the ceiling of the family cottage in a suspected suicide on Sunday afternoon.

No one watches ZBC: Moyo

No one watches ZBC: Moyo

INFORMATION, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo has accused the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) of failing to discharge its mandate by producing programmes that are not watched by anybody.

Prof Moyo sticks to his guns

Prof Moyo sticks to his guns

Information, Media and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo yesterday defended his newly-appointed Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) board saying it was not made up of angels, but human beings with weaknesses.

ZBC 2014 board an opportunity lost

ZBC 2014 board an opportunity lost

RECENT revelations about corruption at the ZBC are in the main just the tip of an iceberg about how business is now conducted in both the public and the private sectors in Zimbabwe. Sadly ZBC is not on its own in this crisis.

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