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IBA finally lifts Komboni Radio suspension

General News IBA finally lifts Komboni Radio suspension

Police officers seal off Komboni Radio premises last night
Police officers seal off Komboni Radio premises last night

The Independent Broadcasting Authority has finally lifted the suspension of popular Lusaka station Komboni radio.

This follows a hearing which was held recently and subsequent correspondence between Komboni Radio management and the IBA were conditions for reopening were set.

On April 22, Komboni Radio was one of the three broadcasting stations that the IBA suspended broadcasting licences for unprofessional conduct posing a risk to national peace and stability alongside Muvi TV and Itezhi Tezhi which have also since returned on air.

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  1. Its really simple logic here; komboni radio is no longer a factor in Lusaka politics but that can not be said for the Post Newspaper. As long as PF holds the reigns of power we will keep on buying imported post. But somebody to fill the void left by Muvi TV as a matter of national interest

    • Everything is breaking lose! Next week its post newspaper and Zambia watchdog to open, IMF doesn’t condone PF’s illegalities.
      Once Mmembe’s post newspaper is granted its printing license, then IMF’s throaty hold on Zesco and more kaloba kicks in. Under incompetent PF of blind Edgar, load shedding, poverty and break down to the rule of law is now the daily threat to democracy.
      Hey PF, tell Edgar to pay the teachers and all civil servants who should have received their salaries last month in September. Now its October, still no paycheck but Edgar spends $500,000 taking PF cadres to UN meeting!?
      Poor Fella-PF.

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