Friday, August 06, 2010

Recently launched state radio signals reluctance to open up airwaves

By Lance Guma
05 August 2010

Voice of Zimbabwe, a state controlled shortwave radio service, was launched last week Friday in Gweru and has signaled ZANU PF’s reluctance to open up the airwaves. The station is reported to have been set up in 2007 with its general manager Happison Muchechetere saying they would carry out test runs before the actual programming started. Four years later it would seem they have finally managed to produce some programming.

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