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Supa Mandiwanzira And Banning Al Jazeera In Zimbabwe

by | 23rd, June 2008

mugabe-election.jpgAL Jazeera’s English Zimbabwe correspondent Supa Mandiwanzira has been accsued of less then objective reporting. In response:

Al Jazeera has been denied permission to operate in Zimbabwe, a source in the Ministry of Information and Publicity told Metro.

Its Harare bureau will be moved to Johannesburg.

The source said the government was not happy with its plans to fire its correspondent Supa Mandiwanzira who is being accused of not being objective.

Last year before joining Al Jazeera Mandiwanzira was fired from SABC News, South Africa’s State broadcaster for his alleged involvement in a ZANU-PF and Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) sting operation against Roman Catholic prelate Bishop Pius Ncube.

CNN, BBC, SkyNews are Banned in Zimbabwe.

Picture: Zimbawe electoral race – The Spine

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