Media Council Launched in Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwe Media Commission has launched a media council that will regulate the conduct of journalists.
  • Zimbabwe:  Media Council Launched

    The Herald, 14 September 2012

    The Zimbabwe Media Commission yesterday launched a media council that will regulate the conduct of journalists. The commission appointed 13 councillors to the Zimbabwe Media ... read more »

File photo of Journalists at a press conference.

  • Zimbabwe:  Statement By the Zimbabwe National Editors' Forum Regarding the Launch of the Statutory Media Council

    Zimbabwe National Editors' Forum, 14 September 2012

    Cognisant of the need not to criminalise the work of journalists, ZINEF distances itself from the spirited and sustained move to launch a statutory media body by the government ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Be Professional, Media Urged

    The Herald, 28 August 2012

    Government has challenged the media to be professional, objective and avoid bias, sensationalism and distortions that affect its contribution to national development. In a speech ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Take a Leaf From the UK Media

    The Herald, 31 August 2012

    Zimbabwe is the co-host of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation general assembly scheduled for August 2013. This global event will be hosted on the African soil for the ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Zimpapers Holds Luncheon for Secretaries

    The Herald, 8 September 2012

    ZIMPAPERS treated its secretaries to lunch at an upmarket restaurant in Harare yesterday to commemorate the annual Administrative Professional Assistants Week. The week is ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  New TV Series to Focus On HIV, Aids

    The Herald, 22 August 2012

    Prominent filmmaker Stephen Chigorimbo has partnered with the National Aids Council to work on a television series that focuses on HIV and Aids. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Even the Regulators Don't Watch ZBC!

    Sokwanele, 24 August 2012

    For anyone to practice journalism in Zimbabwe, you must have accreditation with the unpopular Zimbabwe Media Commission. Unpopular as that is, most journalists comply, for it's ... read more »