Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC)

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    ZBC Radio Zimbabwe wins Radio Leader of the Year Award

    THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) is still the best in the broadcasting industry with two of its radio stations dominating the airwaves. ZBC’s flagship radio stations continue to rule the roost in the broadcasting industry after Radio Zimbabwe scooped the Radio Leader of the year gold medal award while Classic 263 bagged a bronze at the renowned Megafest Awards held…

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  • Business Briefs

    Adelaide Chikunguru appointed ZBC CEO

    THE State-controlled Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has appointed Adelaide Chikunguru as the substantive Chief Executive Officer with effect from this Wednesday. Ms Adelaide Chikunguru’s appointment was announced by the ZBC Board Chairperson, Dr Josaya Tayi at Pockets Hill Studios in Highlands, Harare this Wednesday. Chikunguru who was the Group Corporate Communications Executive at Tongaat Hulett promised to steer the national…

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    ZBC hikes radio, TV licence fees

    STATE-OWNED broadcaster Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has hiked radio and television licence fees with motor vehicle radio licence fees rising to $450 from $300 per term. A radio licence for a household is now $75 per quarter in rural areas, up from $25, and $225, up from $50 for urban areas. Companies will pay $625 per term for car radio…

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