Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa is in Namibia to engage her counterpart, Stanely Simataa, to discuss ways of strengthening existing cooperation agreements.
Mutsvangwa will meet Minister Simataa today. The two are expected to discuss the review of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) for media cooperation that was signed between Namibia and Zimbabwe in 2004. The two countries pledged to cooperate in areas of broadcasting, print, news, agencies, film making and cultural exchange among others. Mutsvangwa and her delegation, which included her ministry’s Permanent Secretary Nick Mangwana, visited the Namibian Broadcasting Cooperation and NAMPA media stations to exchange ideas.
The delegation was joined by MICT’s Executive Director Mbeuta Ua Ndjarakana, The Southern Times newspaper (Nam-Zim) Vice Chairperson Mr Delma Lupepe, Chief Executive Officer of Zimpapers, who is also a director for Nam-Zim, Mr Pikirai Deketeke and Zimpapers Group Financial director Mr Tawanda Matanhire who also visited the sites.
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Monica Mutsvangwa is a Zimbabwean politician, Minister of Information and member of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU PF) since she was 15. She is one of the numerous allies of Emmerson Mnangagwa who became triumphant during the intra-party fights which rocked ZANU PF... Read More About Monica Mutsvangwa
Ndabaningi Nick Mangwana is a politician, political analyst, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information and Publicity and a member of Zanu-PF. He was the chairperson of Zanu-PF U.K chapter. Mangwana was popular with his column View from the diaspora which is published in the... Read More About Nick Mangwana