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Classic 263, formerly Radio 1 and later Spot FM / SFM is a Zimbabwean talk radio station that is owned by the country's national broadcaster ZBC and broadcasts mainly in English.
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Reggae Talk | A Tribute To Reggae Legend, Dennis Delroy Wilson

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The Grill | Delimitation In Zimbabwe's Elections
Should Delimitation be a part of the voting process in the next election? “Delimitation” is the demarcation of the country into electoral boundaries, be sure to tune into our podcast today the 19th of February, 2021 to hear more about this process that last happened in 2008, here in Zimbabwe, on today's episode of the Morning Grill with our guests from Z.E.C - Commissioner Joyce Leticia Kazembe, Commissioner Nestai Mushonga & Mr. Madondo who shed more light on this topical issue.
37:46
February 19, 2021
The Zone | ZMC Chairperson Professor Rumbi Magosvongwe
The Media has a crucial role to play in this COVID-19 Pandemic. Monica Chanda interrogates the Media Commision's stance in the grand scheme of matters surrounding this pandemic among many other issues.
28:26
February 18, 2021
The Daily Dose | The Capitol Hill Protests
Tune In as Monica Chanda interviews Rodney Rwende, a Public Policy Specialist and Zimbabwe Institute Of Diplomacy Official, Vhuvha Chikanda on the insurrection and protests that took place in America, the so called 'Beacon of Democracy'.
41:47
January 25, 2021
The Grill | Spotlight : Harare Province
Tafara Irvine Matura interviews Harare Provincial Coordinator, Mr. Tafadzwa Muguti interrogating how the city councils are dealing with corruption, vendors,  audits, land barons and high crime rates as well as children living and working on the streets. Today's Program is brought to you by Childline.
51:17
January 13, 2021
Reggae Talk | A Tribute To Reggae Legend, Dennis Delroy Wilson
We pay tribute to one of Jamaica's most charismatic and inspirational Reggae DJs, Dennis Delroy Wilson who passed on in Harare. The R.C.G, Terrence Mapurisana features some of the personalities that worked with Dennis over the years and how he drove forward reggae music across the decades in Zimbabwe and beyond. 
02:00:50
January 10, 2021
The Grill | Zimbabwe Joins The Fight Against COVID-19
Tafara Matura speaks to the Honourable Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education & National COVID-19 Taskforce Chairperson, Professor Amon Murwira who shares Government expectations and outlook on the virus. He also gives insight on the pestering COVID-19 variant, globally introduced vaccines and regulations on the newly enforced national lockdown. 
40:38
January 6, 2021
The Grill | Zim Youth in the fight against Sanctions
Focusing on how sanctions continue to incapacitate the youth of today and roles youths have to play in the fight against sanctions.
41:14
October 23, 2020
The Grill | Illegal Settlements & Land Barons
Tafara Matura speaks to the Provincial Development Coordinator for Harare Metropolitan Province, Mr Tafadzwa Muguti, on the issues and challenges surrounding the capital city and the country in terms of illegal settlements and land barons.
29:53
October 20, 2020
Push for Productive Agriculture - Land Documentary
Zimbabwe is a typical agro-based economy and, as such, land is the central issue. Cited as a key pillar of the country's new dispensation, this documentary delves deeper into the land question, focusing on enhancing agricultural productivity and food security. Narrated by Robson Mhandu.
31:10
October 14, 2020
Conversations with Reuben Barwe - Land and Sanctions
Join Andrew Kiposa in a deep conversation with veteran Zimbabwean journalist Reuben Barwe as they discuss issues around land and sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe. #NowWeAreTalking #SanctionsMustGo
16:44
October 13, 2020
Reggae Talk - Leroy Sibbles releases the song 'Long to See my Fans' during the Covid 19 Lockdown
oin #TheHotstepper as he features one of Jamaica's greats. Leroy Sibbles, who was the lead singer of the Heptones in the 1960's, has released the new song 'Long to See my Fans' during the Covid 19 Lockdown. 
54:00
October 4, 2020