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Alba Iulia
Monday, February 24, 2020

ZNBC doing its level best in providing quality programmes.

General News ZNBC doing its level best in providing quality programmes.

File: A ZNBC outside broadcast van
File: A ZNBC outside broadcast van

Zambia National Corporation (ZNBC) public Relations Officer Punga Simukwai says ZNBC is doing its level best to provide quality programmes.

Ms Simukwai said there are so many educative, informative and entertaining programmes being aired for the public consumption on TV One and Two as well as radio One, Two and Four respectively.

She was speaking today on the ZNBC TV One on a programme dubbed: “ Kwacha good morning Zambia”, that even though the corporation is facing some challenges in some areas, the team is doing everything possible to rectify the problem.

Ms Simukwai emphasized that radio Two is also doing a commendable job as a talk show channel involved in discussions in nature from Monday to Friday.

Radio two is a current affairs channel involved also in breaking news, covering labour matters, economic and social issues including gender matters which affects the Zambian people, she said.

ZANIS reports that Ms Simukwai said a team of ZNBC engineers are working round the clock in ensuring that the poor signal in Chama is worked on once and for all.

MS Simukwai also assured people of Chama and the surrounding areas to be calm as the problem will soon become a thing of the past.

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  1. And some of us are doing our level best NOT to watch your one sided political DEADNBC. Balance your programs and reporting and maybe just maybe you will have my viewership otherwise personally I would rather watch paint dry or take my dog for a walk.

    • why has the safety for that chap kopaling been ignored? you can not be doing your filming on an elevated platform that does not provide barrier protection. ngachapona? mind you working with lensing equipment often fools the operator when it comes to judging distances especially when they have been looking into that lensed equipment for too long. kuti chamona kwati patali apali edge ya truck kanshi ni mupepi, because mu camera palemoneka patali. mdala twali twa ifwe!!!!!!!

  2. ZNBC is full of dinosaurs and fossils at the top absolutely no fresh creative ideas…you still have old brooms hand picked by dull politicians like BUFFOON Kambwili..who scramble for all courses that come in for the graduates staff. Its truly laughable you still have programmes still dubbed “Kwacha good morning Zambia”…you need to co-partnering with major international broadcasting houses to train your technical teams in basic issues like lighting, background, sound etc

  3. Hahahaha ZNBC is aiding DSTV to make our lives miserable. Ever since ZNBC had shareS in multichoice we have experienced its death. TV1 is complete gabbage material. To protect supersport no international matches are shown. In the era of etv dstv was in trouble. To kill competion, it bot etv and has made it very useless. Now DSTV bribes ZNBC and goverment officials to make ZNBC be a worse than hell experience. On this one I blame the govt. U r a disgrace bcoz all u want is for us to watch yo ra. Bish propaganda and force us to be exploited by DSTV.

  4. On the so called TV1 I tried to watch the other day, I was just seeing “Born N Bred” adverts throughout. Surely, you can do better

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