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  • zbc sued by former employees over flats - zimbabwe situation

    ZBC sued by former employees over flats - Zimbabwe Situation

    Source: ZBC sued by former employees over flats – NewsDay Zimbabwe June 20, 2018 ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) employees, have through their residents association, Hatley House Residents Association (HHRA), petitioned the High Court demanding a $216 880 refund from their former employer and an order compelling the national broadcaster to transfer ownership of 54 flats into their names.

  • zbc sued by former employees over flats - zimbabwe today

    ZBC sued by former employees over flats - Zimbabwe Today

    ZBC sued by former employees over flats June 20, 2018 News ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) employees, have through their residents association, Hatley House Residents Association (HHRA), petitioned the High Court demanding a $216 880 refund from their former employer and an order compelling the national broadcaster to transfer ownership

  • zbc sued by former employees over flats - newsday zimbabwe

    ZBC sued by former employees over flats - NewsDay Zimbabwe

    ZBC sued by former employees over flats. By newsday - June 20, 2018. ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) employees, have through their residents association, Hatley House Residents Association

  • ex-zbc employees’ flats loss takes new twist - zimbabwe situation

    Ex-ZBC employees’ flats loss takes new twist - Zimbabwe Situation

    Source: Ex-ZBC employees’ flats loss takes new twist | Newsday (News) FORMER Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) employees, who recently lost their bid to retain flats at Hatley House in the Avenues area in Harare, have since petitioned the High Court seeking rescission of judgment delivered by Justice Edith Mushore in July this year.

  • zbc sues mandizvidza for $1 million - zimbabwe situation

    ZBC sues Mandizvidza for $1 million - Zimbabwe Situation

    Source: ZBC sues Mandizvidza for $1 million | Newsday (News) THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has launched a legal bid to force one of its general managers, Tazzen Mandizvidza, to repay over $1 million the broadcaster says he received improperly.

  • former zbc employees lose flats transfer matter – newsday

    Former ZBC employees lose flats transfer matter – NewsDay

    Cop in soup over ‘ED must go’ jibe. Former ZBC employees lose flats transfer matter. the former employees had also claimed cash as rentals refund from February 1, 2009 to October 31

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    Broadcast Media Africa

    Apr 20, 2020 Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation Sued Over Inaccessible Information On COVID-19 - Reports Three organisations that represent people who are deaf and visually impaired have sued the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) demanding to be provided with accurate information and updates on the coronavirus pandemic in a format which is

  • just in: police tighten lockdown regulations

    JUST IN: Police tighten lockdown regulations

    The situation was pretty tight at a roadblock along Simon Mazorodze Street near ZBC’s Radio Zimbabwe, and another roadblock along Rotten Row Street near the Harare Magistrate’s Court. President Mnangagwa pleaded with citizens to stay home if they do not have pressing business and only leave to buy food or seek medication, in an endeavour to

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    South Africa - Zimbabwe News

    Facebook News Launch. Interesting take on the social network’s interaction with Journalism over the past several years June 10, 2020; Download: MISA Zimbabwe’s State of the Media Report for 2019 April 23, 2020; Google Launches Journalism Emergency Relief Fund. Zimbabwean Newsrooms Can Apply April 23, 2020

  • army take over zimbabwe national tv - onlinenigeria.com

    Army take over Zimbabwe national TV - OnlineNigeria.com

    Zimbabwe’s military has read out a statement after taking over the national broadcast station, ZBC. It said it took action to “target criminals”. However, it said this was not “a military takeover of government” and that President Robert Mugabe was safe.

  • the guardian - zimbabwe news

    The Guardian - Zimbabwe News

    Facebook News Launch. Interesting take on the social network’s interaction with Journalism over the past several years June 10, 2020; Download: MISA Zimbabwe’s State of the Media Report for 2019 April 23, 2020; Google Launches Journalism Emergency Relief Fund. Zimbabwean Newsrooms Can Apply April 23, 2020

  • zimbabwe president extends coronavirus lockdown indefinitely

    Zimbabwe President Extends Coronavirus Lockdown Indefinitely

    A health worker rests her back against a wall at the Manuel Belgrano hospital, where medical professionals protest over the lack of protective equipment and demand tests after several of their