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Zimpapers builds future journalists

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter THE country’s biggest integrated media house Zimpapers is on a drive to catch aspiring journalists at a tender age and has started a Zimpapers Junior Media Club targeting pupils from various schools countrywide and some will get scholarships to pursue journalism studies. Zimpapers in conjunction with the National University of Science …

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Zimpapers confident of sustaining profitability

Nelson Gahadza – Senior Business Reporter Zimbabwe Newspapers (Zimpapers), the country’s largest media group, says it has made good progress on its quest to maintain sustainable profitability through a revenue diversification strategy anchored on the vision of becoming a fully integrated media house. Group chairman, Mr Tommy Sithole, told shareholders during the company’s annual general meeting …

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Zimpapers donates to Chikukwa school

Ray Bande in CHIMANIMANI THE country’s leading diversified media group, Zimpapers yesterday donated computers and printers to Chikukwa Primary School in Chimanimani District in a gesture that dovetails with Government’s inclusivity drive. The donation of five computers and five printers to Chikukwa Primary School, which is expected to culminate in the construction of a computer …

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Zimpapers introduces junior media club

Siphathisiwe Maziwa ZIMBABWE’s largest integrated media house, Zimpapers, will soon establish media clubs in schools countrywide to mentor upcoming journalists as part of its  social responsibility programme. Dubbed the “Zimpapers Junior Media Club”, the initiative will provide pupils with mentorship in writing, broadcasting and  equip them with critical media skills. In addition, the clubs will …

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Zimpapers mentorship programme kicks off

Moffat Mungazi  The Zimpapers mentorship programme that seeks to hone the skills of aspiring writers in Manicaland schools has excited Rock of Ages Academy learners as they are getting the chance to rub shoulders with Zimpapers reporters and radio presenters as well as getting nuggets of wisdom from them. As part of its Corporate Social …

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Zimpapers embarks on tree-planting campaign . . .

Siphathisiwe Maziwa ZIMBABWE’s largest integrated media house, Zimpapers, has embarked on a tree planting campaign as part of its sustainable corporate social responsibility programme aimed at reducing the effects of climate change. The campaign, which is running under the theme, “Every Child a Tree”, is being undertaken in partnership with conservation group, Forest Lovers, the …

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Zimpapers revenue soars 94pc to $828 million

Zimpapers revenue soars 94pc to $828 million Harare Bureau ZIMBABWE’S largest media group, Zimpapers, demonstrated resilience despite the ravaging impact of Covid-19, growing its revenue by 94 percent to $829 million (inflation-adjusted) year to date. Finance director Mr Farai Matanhire told the group’s annual general meeting (AGM) that following only three percent revenue growth in …

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Bulawayo dominates in social media usage

Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Reporter ZIMPAPERS stable is continuing to dominate the market on both print and digital platforms while Bulawayo has maintained its pole position with the highest number of users of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, a survey has revealed. The Zimpapers’ flagship, The Herald maintained its pole position as the …

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The Sunday Mail continues to rule the roost

Senior Reporter THE Sunday Mail remains the country’s biggest weekly newspaper, according to the latest Zimbabwe All Media and Products Survey (ZAMPS). The survey, conducted by the Zimbabwe Advertising Research Foundation (ZARF), found that the paper dominated hard copy sales among weekly papers, garnering 43 percent of the market share in the first half of …

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