Raid on Private TV Agency by Zimbabwean Police Condemned


The Committee to Protect Journalists has condemned the raiding of Afromedia offices and the confiscation of broadcasting equipment by the police in what has been described as an attack media freedom.
  • Zimbabwe:  Police Raid News Agency, Seize Equipment

    Committee to Protect Journalists, 3 October 2012

    The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns a police raid on a news production company in Belgravia, a suburb north of the capital, on September 26 in which several journalists... read more »

File Photo:Zimbabwean Police.

  • Zimbabwe:  Afromedia Insists Its Operations Legal

    SW Radio Africa, 28 September 2012

    A Harare based company that was raided by police for providing news content for an externally based television channel has insisted it is properly registered and has not broken... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Harare Based News Provider Raided By Police

    SW Radio Africa, 27 September 2012

    A Harare based group that provides daily news items for an externally based TV station was raided by police on Wednesday, and accused of running an illegal operation.read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Police Raid Pirate Television Station

    The Herald, 27 September 2012

    POLICE in Harare yesterday raided a suspected pirate television station and seized broadcasting gadgets worth thousands of United States dollars.read more »