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    Supa Mandiwanzira, ‘talkative’ Trevor Ncube denied TV licences

    By Mutsa Makuvaza GOVERNMENT has extinguished hopes by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s critic and advisor Trevor Ncube, and Zanu-PF MP (Nyanga South) Supa Mandiwanzira to be awarded TV licences. Instead, the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) on Friday awarded handed licenses for the six slots available for free-to-air television licences to State-owned Zimpapers, and to companies owned by the Ministry of Defence…

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    Susan Makore bemoans media polarisation

    AB Communications chief executive officer, Susan Makore, who was last week sworn in as a commissioner of the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC), bemoans polarisation in the Zimbabwe media space. Other members who were sworn in are Professor Ruby Magosvongwe, who chairs the Commission, Dumisani Mashingaidze, Miriam Tose Majome, Rtd Major Edward Mbewe, Tanaka Muganyi, Phillip Pasirayi, Jasper Maphosa and Alec…

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    Hlongwane appointed ZiFM Stereo news editor

    By Mutsa Makuvaza JOURNALIST Perfect Mswati Hlongwane (pictured) has been promoted to the post of News Editor for ZiFM Stereo, the country’s premier national radio station. The announcement was made by the AB Communications, a holding company which also owns radio stations Hevoi FM in Masvingo Province, and 98.4 FM in the Midlands Province. Before joining ZiFM Stereo a few…

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