Zimbabwe’s highest court, The Constitutional Court has ruled that Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) cannot livestream tomorrow’s court proceedings of the Presidential Election Challenge. The court was of the view that, the state-owned broadcaster, ZBC has enough capacity to publicise the court proceedings.
This comes after, MISA and one Bulawayo lawyer had made a urgent chamber application seeking permission to livestream the proceeding.
With this decision it means that its all left to ZBC only to broadcast the event. We just hope ZBC has what it takes to publicise the event otherwise some words of people who are skeptical of the state-owned broadcaster could be confirmed if it fails to broadcast up to standard.
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