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Notes on the media in Zimbabwe and links to Zimbabwean broadcasters and newspapers.
What does it mean to be a successful blogger in this strange post-truth world of social media, fake news and diminished credibility? Away from the lifestyle and foodie blogs, what is the role of socially- and politically-focused African bloggers – to provide analysis of the issues of our day, to offer an alternative voice or to remain independent and credible at all costs?

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The strategy is used by donors to identify areas of support for media in Zimbabwe
In the new world of unanticipated election outcomes it is clear that the fundamentals of political campaigning are changing, with online and social media voter engagement becoming increasingly more significant. The possibilities for integrating social media into political campaigns was a key theme for the group of fifteen young political communicators from seven countries across Africa who gathered in Nairobi, Kenya recently for the KAS E-lection Bridge Academy workshop.


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This graph shows the stats of social media in Zimbabwe based on over 10 billion monthly page views.
Listen, watch, share: It is all about sociability and a digital strategy that will pave the way for successful radio in the future. Social media platforms help radio stations develop a social brand, which especially attracts young listeners; audience participation and interaction are key elements.

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The media in Zimbabwe rest on popular support, provided it can overcome problems, such as reliance on foreign capital, political partisanship and better trained journalists.

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The Zimbabwean media has a bright and secure future.There are now a number of institutions in Zimbabwe offering diploma and degree courses in journalism.