We Will Free The Airwaves After The 2018 Harmonised Elections: Mnangagwa
Speaking at the CEO Africa Roundtable which is currently taking place in Victoria Falls, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said that his government was committed to liberalizing the airwaves and allowing other broadcasters. However, Mnangagwa said that this can only take place after the 2018 harmonised elections as the issues cannot be solved overnight.
We have been marginalized for the past years and the new administration is now determined to embrace the International Community and to do so, we must look at policies which exist with our country which constrain us from being accepted by the International community.Feedback
We must now allow voices of our people through various channels besides the public channels to help build our country, to contribute in public and private debates.
…I would like to assure Chief Executive Officers who asked this question that we are looking at that issue of liberalizing free waves within the media fraternity but bear in mind that after the coming elections that’s when we are going to be implementing most of these programs.
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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has faced criticism for paying lip service to holding free, fair and credible elections. His critics have often pointed to the issue of State media, saying that it is used to promote Mnangagwa, his wife and Zanu-PF while vilifying or totally ignoring the opposition.
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