GZU Becomes The First University In Zimbabwe To Obtain A Radio License

GZU has obtained a radio license to operate Zimbabwe’s first university “campus radio” station, The Herald reports. The development was announced by Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) which said the university will be issued with a licence upon paying the license fee of $42 500 within 2 weeks.

GZU Vice-Chancellor Professor Rungano Zvobgo confirmed the development and said:

This development comes at a time when higher education is devising new means of reaching out to students in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and I am very happy that we are the first university to successfully apply for radio broadcasting licence which will be handy given the obtaining challenges caused by the current pandemic.

GZU is particularly excited because we will be able to reach our students at all campuses, the development obviously transforms our learning and teaching strategy as an institution, while also offering our media students and even media practitioners from houses such as ZBC to benefit from real life working environment at our Campus Radio. We feel this is a major accomplishment. 

The license has a 10-year tenure.

More: The Herald

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