Stop attacking Journalists – ZNBC Boss appeals to Politicians

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ZNBC Director General Richard Mwanza has called on political parties cadres to desist from harassing journalists as they cover general election.

Mr. Mwanza says political parties should consider protecting journalists to promote equal and better coverage during and after the campaign period.

He says it is saddening that journalists continue being attacked by political supporters in every election.

Mr. Mwanza was speaking during the BBC media action training workshop at the Mass Media complex in Lusaka.

He said the BBC media action training workshop will help equip journalists ahead of the elections.

And BBC Media Action projects manager Boyd Chibale said ZNBC plays a pivotal role informing the general public on electoral matters.

Mr. Chibale added that the project aims at working with the national broadcaster to roll out programs aimed at enhancing election reporting.




4 Responses to Stop attacking Journalists – ZNBC Boss appeals to Politicians

  1. Nonsense, infact if it is ZNBC Journalists being attacked, i have no remorse at all especially himself Richard Mwanza PF Cadre number 1. You cannot even show a glimpse of the opposition campaigns for more than two years and you go on a platform like that pretending as if you are professional broadcasting corporation. Exactly two months remaining before you get fired.

    June 7, 2016 at 3:25 am

  2. Even the officer who was trying to stop the fight was kweemu kweemu. See get fucked up at your base. Kaya.

    Macky 2
    June 7, 2016 at 3:42 am

  3. Beat them sucks from ZNBC, whip, whip,whip them sucks, they are PF cadres, whip.

    Good governance
    June 7, 2016 at 3:59 am

  4. Deadnbc journalists deserves severe beating for thr negative reporting towards other political groupings

    June 7, 2016 at 5:10 am

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