Newsday Owner “Heartbroken” By His Paper’s Biased Reporting

Trevor Ncube, the owner of Alpha Media Holdings (AMH), the company that publishes Newsday, The Standard and Zimbabwe Independent newspapers has apologised for a story carried in one of his publications.

The Newsday of Tuesday, March 12, 2019, had a headline which reads: “RTGS To Devalue Further: RBZ”.

Ncube said he is ‘heartbroken’ by the bias shown in the story. Writing on Twitter, he said:

My heart breaks that Newsday Zimbabwe got this story so wrong. This is an example of our blind spots/biases colouring our world view contributing to polarisation. While l maintain my newspapers are not me/l am not my newspapers – I am embarrassed. Sincere apologies to Zimbabwe.

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Alpha Media HoldingsTrevor Ncube

Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) is a media company in Zimbabwe which publishes newspapers and internet publications. It is one of the 3 large media companies in Zimbabwe, the others being Zimpapers and Associated Newspapers of Zimbabwe (ANZ). AMH was founded and is currently owned by... Read More About Alpha Media Holdings

Trevor Vusumuzi Ncube is a Zimbabwean born entrepreneur who is the founder, owner and executive chairman of two newspapers in Zimbabwe, namely the Zimbabwe Independent and The Standard. He is also the owner of Munn Marketing which is magazine and newspaper distribution company in Zimbabwe,... Read More About Trevor Ncube

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