ZBC current affairs team disappoints
I AM one of those people who is failing to raise United States dollars to pay for satellite television access.
I believe I am not the only one and there are several thousands in my situation.
With such a situation, I turn to our local broadcaster ZBC for information and entertainment.
I will not waste time to discuss about the quality of content on ZBC, but just raise my concern with their current affairs programming.
Recently we had the Heroes and Defence Forces Day as well as President Mnangagwa’s inauguration that was screened live.
It is annoying to see Wadzanai Mhombera and his colleague Admire Mhungu on our screens at the expense of what is going on in the arena.
They should try to make their com- ments in the background and let the viewers have a feel of the proceedings uninterrupted.
We expect the same with the live coverage of the burial of heroes and heroines. There is no need to show us the full interviews with those ministers.
We are now expecting live parliamentary coverage every Wednesday and the previous tendency of diverting attention to the presenter whenever he feels proceedings are hot in the House should stop forthwith. We really need to support ZBC, but at times munoita chifinhu.
It is time you realise you are wasting time censoring even the smallest things because there are now plenty of live Facebook feeds on the same events.
I love my ZBC Headlands.