The Beeb has a great program — Over to You — that is about the state of media around the world.
This weekend they had a story about the changes in Zimbabwe.
In Zimbabwe there is only state-run broadcasting. This year the government created the Zimbabwe Media Commission with the declared intention to promote and protect the media.
The guest this week was Gerry Jackson, a Zimbabwe exile who runs a radio station aimed at Zimbabwe from England, says the only difference between the policies of the Mugabe government before and after the unity government came to power and the new media commission is that the overt violence against free media has subsided.
Private news outlets are still banned. It is still against the law to call the 86-year-old Mugabe “an old man.”
Other discussions included the use of labels such as “left wing” and “right wing” to groups.
This is a good radio program that is available live and on podcasts from the BBC web site.