Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation

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Oct 14th, 2012
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By Gracian W. Masiyiwa, zimeye.org The Zimbabwean nation is rocking at a standstill as multiple cases of corruption continue rip the country apart in what can only be the savage work of a vicious beast. Several news leads dominated the screens in the past few days reading one after the other: Corrupt...
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Sep 13th, 2011
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Europe should not “give lectures to Zimbabwe about democracy and elections”, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe told a visiting EU envoy on Monday, according to state television. Nicholas Westcott, the managing director for Africa for the European External Action Service, told Mugabe duri...
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Sep 6th, 2011
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Harare – Zimbabwe has devised a novel way to combat widespread malnutrition in prisons, by getting prisoners to grow their own food, state radio reported on Monday. About 1 000 prisoners died from malnutrition in Zimbabwe’s prisons in the first four months of 2009 – the most recent ...
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Aug 3rd, 2011
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Harare – Thirteen people died on Tuesday when a Zimbabwe commuter bus burst its tyre and overturned, two days after 19 passengers were killed in a similar accident in the country’s north, media said. Police spokesperson Tigere Chigome told the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation that the bu...
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May 26th, 2011
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Harare – Zimbabwe has offered two commercial radio licences, according to a newspaper advertisement published on Thursday, a move that will end decades of state domination of the airwaves. The advert in the state-controlled Herald newspaper taken out by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe sa...
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May 5th, 2011
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Harare – President Robert Mugabe’s press secretary has threatened to reinstate a ban on Western journalists visiting Zimbabwe, in comments published in the state-run Herald newspaper on Thursday. The threat was “retaliation” for Zimbabwean state media journalists being refused...
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Jan 7th, 2011
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Twelve people died and several others were injured in a head-on collision between a bus and a truck about 90 kilometres from Beitbridge border gate on Friday, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation reported. The bus travelling from Johannesburg to Harare collided with the truck carrying cotton lint wh...