Zimbabwe needs shortwave radio and text messages

250px-sw_radio_africa_logoFrom Journalism.co.uk:

“We just need old media. We just need radio. We just need people to be allowed to listen to radio,” explains Gerry Jackson, the founder of Zimbabwean radio station SW Radio Africa (SWRA).

“Shortwave and text messages are only real way to get into Zimbabwe…[b]ecause our focus is on serving people in the country,” explains Jackson.

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