Broadcasting networks similar to or like Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation

State-controlled broadcaster in Zimbabwe. Wikipedia

  • Voice of America

    American international broadcaster funded by the United States Congress. Largest and oldest U.S. funded international broadcaster. Wikipedia

  • State-controlled Zimbabwean mass media company. Originally a newspaper Publishing company, in the 2010s it expanded its operations to include radio and television. Wikipedia

  • Controlled by the Zimbabwe Football Association, the governing body for futsal in Zimbabwe and represents the country in international futsal competitions. 1989 – 1st round Wikipedia

  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Australia's national broadcaster. Principally funded by the direct grants from the Australian government, and is administered by a board appointed by the government of the day. Wikipedia

  • Controlled by the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA), formerly known as the Football Association of Rhodesia. The team has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup finals, but has qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations four times. Wikipedia

  • Censorship and Entertainment Control Act, 1967

    Act of Parliament in Zimbabwe. Introduced under Ian Smith's largely unrecognised Rhodesian government, the target of the legislation has traditionally been obscenity and blasphemy in literature and film. Wikipedia


    Sentences forZimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation

    • That evening, soldiers took over the Harare offices of the state broadcaster, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC), manhandling some of its employees.2017 Zimbabwean coup d'état-Wikipedia
    • It has been repeatedly accused of using the public broadcaster, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, as a propaganda tool.Zimbabwe-Wikipedia
    • Prompted by the government, the Rhodesian Broadcasting Corporation told the public to stand by for an important announcement from the Prime Minister at 13:15 local time.Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence-Wikipedia
    • The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation posted a report that Mnangagwa would be sworn on 24 November as interim president to serve out the remainder of Mugabe's term in office.2017 Zimbabwean coup d'état-Wikipedia
    • Roughly a week later, on 14 November 2017, elements of the Zimbabwean military gathered in Harare, seizing control of the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) and key areas of the city.Emmerson Mnangagwa-Wikipedia
    • The statement was originally broadcast on Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation, the state broadcaster, but pulled off the air, though there was no initial official government response.2017 Zimbabwean coup d'état-Wikipedia

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