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Cablegate: Media Report Moyo Threatens Studio 7; Harare

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UNCLAS HARARE 002015

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR AF FOR RAYNOR
AF/PDPA FOR DALTON, MITCHELL AND SIMS
NSC FOR JENDAYI FRAZER
LONDON FOR GURNAY
PARIS FOR NEARY
NAIROBI FOR PFLAUMER
VOA STUDIO 7

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PREL KPAO ZI
SUBJECT: MEDIA REPORT MOYO THREATENS STUDIO 7; HARARE

Information Minister Jonathan Moyo has vowed to silence
Studio 7, a Voice of America (VOA) news program on
Zimbabwe. Delivering a speech at the launch of New ZIANA,
a multi-media state organization charged with publishing
pro-government and ZANU PF information, last week, Moyo is
quoted as saying "Studio 7 will die. It faces death. They
think we are sleeping, we want to see where they are going
with Studio 7."

SULLIVAN

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