Voice of Zimbabwe begins test transmissions

May 31, 2007 at 11:59 am Leave a comment

The new radio station Voice of Zimbabwe has started a test run and will run for a few weeks before the station’s programming is launched. Speaking to ZBC [Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation] news the station’s general manager, Mr Happison Muchechetere said Voice of Zimbabwe would be heard on the following frequencies: 5975 kHz on the 49 meter band from 0530-1630 UTC. It would also be available on 4828 kHz on the 60 meter band. He said Voice of Zimbabwe would provide in its programming news, music, sports, Zimbabwe’s cultural heritage, political and economic debates. Mr Muchechetere said the station would cater for all Zimbabweans within the country and abroad would give the Zimbabwean story as it is.

(ZTV1, Harare via BBC Monitoring via anoraknation.com)


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