Where is the censorship board?

EDITOR — Where has the censorship board gone to in this country?

Surely we need protection especially for our children against highly immoral and unethical  products currently threatening to tear apart our social fabric as Zimbabweans and Africans.

Day in, day out, DJs play offensive and substandard material both on radio and TV.

It is as if these DJs are given these products to play on our stations through the back dor and for certain favours yet it is compromising the whole arts industry and our society as a whole.

The censorship board wherever it’s gone to should be revived and do its job of regulating all material meant for public consumption.

It should actually be run under the National Arts Council in which case every new product should censored and certified for a certain fee which would bring in much needed revenue to the arts body.

If a product should enter the public domain without censorship certification the artiste and producer should be penalised.

I urge these unproffesional Djs to stop these shameful acts and also mind their language when on air before I write again and actually put names.


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