Bulawayo- The Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) has said that journalists are not supposed to be accredited by the Zimbabwe Media Commission. The president of the union, Dumisani Sibanda told delegates at the belated commemorations of the World Press Freedom Day held at the Bulawayo Large City Hall that journalists are supposed to be accredited by the institutions that they are working for.
– The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has started a joint
measles awareness program with the ministry of health and child welfare across the country. Tsitsi Singizi, the Information Officer of UNICEF said that they are mobilising the communities in preparation for the Child Health Days starting from the 24th of this month to the 2nd of June. Singizi confirmed that the program has received funding of up to five million dollars from the Consolidated Emergency Fund.
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