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Services (Access to radio and television during an Election) Regulations,
2005 [Statutory Instrument 22 of 2005]
in the Zimbabwe Government Gazette Extraordinary supplement
February 16, 2005
This document has been updated by Statutory Instrument 22 of 2005 published
as a supplement to the Government Gazette Extraordinary with effect from
the 28th October, 2005
Two amendments were made to the principal regulations –
(1) the deletion of "four hours of" in section 7(1); and
(2) the substitution of the First Schedule (advertising rates)
Schedule 1 - Advertising rates
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IT is hereby notified
that the Minister of State for Information and Publicity in the Office
of the President and Cabinet has, in terms of section 46 of the Broadcasting
Services Act [Chapter 12:06], made the following regulationsó
regulations may be cited as the Broadcasting Services (Access to radio
and television during an Election) Regulations, 2005.
means the Broadcasting Services Act [Chapter 12:06].
means an election to Parliament;
means the public broadcaster (Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings (Pvt) Ltd);
regulations shall apply to each free to air radio and television service
provided by the licensee.
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