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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
AN economy cannot be managed through propaganda. Back in high school, the term “propaganda”used to tickle us as students of history. ...
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Opinion & Editorials
IN the last 48 hours, two reports emerged which showed the extent of the polarisation in Zimbabwe today. A State-owned daily newspaper alleged in a story that could compete for the world’s most graphic fiction of the year that the country’s only two private dailies were getting directions from western embassies on how to cover events, particularly the ongoing State crackdown on the so-called violent protestors. ...
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News
The Zimbabwe Mail employees have given Transport minister Obert Mpofu a five-day ultimatum to pay them their salary arrears amounting to over $50 000 following the newspaper’s recent collapse. ...
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News
CHIEF Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku yesterday expressed concern over the “proliferation” of media reports on matters still pending before the courts, saying this violated the rule of sub judice. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Media deregulation and the promotion of media diversity and plurality is not Zanu PF policy by choice. ...
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National News
AMH Chairman Trevor Ncube addressed delegates at a media consultative forum hosted by the Zimbabwe National Army on Thursday in Harare under the theme Media: A Vehicle for the Promotion of the National Interest. ...
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News
EDUCATION minister David Coltart yesterday accused the State media of always bypassing him to seek comment from his deputy Lazarus Dokora each time an issue concerning his ministry arose. ...
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News
A BULAWAYO-BASED community radio project yesterday accused Media, Information and Publicity minister Webster Shamu of being reluctant to licence community radio stations in the city. ...
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News
CHINHOYI - Businessman-cum-politician Temba Mliswa has castigated individuals who have filed million-dollar lawsuits against media houses for publishing “unsavoury” news articles about them, describing their actions as tantamount to stifling media freedom. ...
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News
ZIMBABWE Media Commission (ZMC) chief executive officer (CEO) Tafataona Mahoso on Wednesday came under fire from Bulawayo journalists who accused him of presiding over the closure of several private newspapers. ...
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Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Media, Information and Communication Technology chairperson Settlement Chikwinya (MDC-T) has urged the government to promote a culture of openness and allow journalists unfettered access to public documents, to ensure the public is well informed on governance matters. ...
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POLICE spokesperson Chief Superintendent Oliver Mandipaka yesterday said the police would not hesitate to arrest journalists who abused their privilege and peddled falsehoods in the name of Press freedom. ...
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News
MEDIA voices in Southern Africa are still heavily staked against women as they account for a paltry 19% of sources of news in both print and broadcast bulletins in the sub-region ...
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China has a vibrant media which has helped expose graft by high-ranking public officials resulting in their arrest and prosecution, Zimbabwean journalists on a recent tour of the ...
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Dubious SA mining deals tarnish  Zuma, worry investors
Two questionable mining deals and two proposed measures to curb the media have posed a question mark about how South African President Jacob Zuma’s government has been running ...
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