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First Schedule to
[Statutory Instrument 22 of 2005]
Extracted from the Broadcasting Services (Access to radio and television during an Election) Regulations, 2005 [Statutory Instrument 22 of 2005]

updated by SI 211 of 2005 October 28, 2005

View old Schedule of February 16, 2005


First Schedule (Section 5)

The following advertising rates shall apply to all contesting parties and candidates during the election period. These rates are 70 % of the current advertisement rates.

Station Prime time rates Non prime time rates Late listening Weekend prime time rates Weekend non prime time rates
 

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Radio Zimbabwe
60 seconds 6 584 760,00 6 074 250,00 3 680 040,00 6 584 760,00 6 074 250,00
30 seconds 3 292 380,00 3 038 490,00 1 840 020,00 3 292 380,00 3 038 490,00
           
Spot FM
60 seconds 4 354 350,00 2 603 356,00 1 974 176,40 4 016 478,20 2 435 920,00
30 seconds 2 177 175,00 1 301 671,00 987 091,00 2 008 244,00 1 217 958,00
           
Power FM
60 seconds 4 447 398,20 3 187 539,00 2 270 450,00 4 447 398,20 3 187 539,60
30 seconds 2 223 813,20 1 593 656,40 1 134 950,00 2 223 813,20 1 593 656,40
           
National FM
60 seconds 4 130 000,00 4 130 000,00 4 130 000,00 4 130 000,00 4 130 000,00
30 seconds 2 065 000,00 2 065 000,00 2 065 000,00 2 065 000,00 2 065 000,00
           
ZTV
60 seconds 9 414 048,70 4 861 464,30 3 653 997,20 9 414 048,70 4 861 464,30
30 seconds 4 707 024,70 2 430 732,50 1 826 999,30 4 707 024,70 2 430 732,50

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