Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation – Harare – Zimbabwe

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Africa Business Category: BUSINESS, TV / RADIO / MEDIA / COMMUNICATIONS and GOV DEP / POIAfrica Business Tags: Harare, Media, Public, Radio, Tv, TV Licenses, Zimbabwe and Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation

  • Profile

    The Corporation was established in terms of Section 3 of the Broadcasting Act; Chapter 12:01, which provides that “there shall be a body corporate to be known as the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, capable of suing or being sued in its corporate name and perform all such acts as a body corporate may, by law, perform.”

    According to the Broadcasting Act, the functions of the Corporation are:-

    (a) to carry out broadcasting services for the information, education and entertainment of listeners and viewers in Zimbabwe; and
    (b) to carry out, in accordance with conditions specified by the Minister, if he so requires, broadcasting services for reception by listeners outside Zimbabwe; and
    (c) to provide or, subject to section twenty-eight, permit others to provide diffusion services; and
    (d) to carry out or operate such undertakings as, in the opinion of the Board, are incidental or conducive to the exercise of one or more of the functions specified in paragraphs (a) to (c) as the Board may consider expedient.

    The name of the Corporation

    The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (Commercialization) Act No.26 of 2001, provided for the split of the Corporation into two separate companies, namely, a broadcasting company, [Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings (Pvt) Ltd] and a digital convergence signal carrier. [Transmedia Corporation (Pvt) Ltd].

    Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings (Pvt) Ltd. was duly registered as a company on 13 June 2003, operating eight subsidiary companies.

    In terms of Section 4(2) of the Commercialization Act, the objects of the company are;

    a. To provide broadcasting services.
    b. To provide video and audio production services.
    c. To provide integrated datacasting, roadcasting and webcasting services across the country.
    d. To provide online multimedia news and programme services and;
    e. To perform any other function set out in its memorandum of association.

    Section 4(3) further provides that in the performance of their functions, the companies shall give priority to the needs of the state, to the extent that it is compatible with sound business practice to do so.

    VISION

    A leading Zimbabwean voice promoting Pan-African values locally and globally

    MISSION

    Produce high quality content that is innovative and commercially viable and projects the national voice in a Pan African perspective.

    VALUES

    Ubuntu
    Competitiveness
    Innovation
    Creativity
    Stakeholder satisfaction
    Quality
    Professionalism
    Accountability

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    Zanu PF members celebrating by-elections victory in Bulawayo’s ward 28 in Cowdray Park, where Cde Kidwell Mujuru romped to victory in last week’s polls.

    Zanu PF members celebrating by-elections victory in Bulawayo’s ward 28 in Cowdray Park, where Cde Kidwell Mujuru romped to victory in last week’s polls.

    Gepostet von ZBC News Online am Samstag, 6. April 2019

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