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Administrative Structure

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:       G. MAJONGA (CHAIRPERSON)
Q. NYATHI (VICE CHAIRPERSON)
H. MURADZIKWA
M. TAKAONA
M. SIBANDA
C. MHIKE
M. MOMBESHORA

Board of Commissioners
The Board of Commissioners is mandated with making all policy decisions and directives to be implemented by the Secretariat. The Board functions through Committee which first deliberates on issues before recommending them for adoption. The Board three working Committees whose composition and membership is as follows:

Finance and Administration: [Com M. Takaona (Chair), Com G. Majonga, Com H. Muradzikwa]

Human Resources
Procurement
Budgeting
Audit
Operational Issues
Public Relations

Legal and Procedures: [Com C. Mhike (Chair), Com M. Sibanda]

Legal Matters
Law Review
Constitutional Issues
Registration and Accreditation Issues
Compliance Issues
Complaints
Code of Conduct for Staff
Commission Charter
General Systems Development

Strategic Planning and Business Development: [Com M. Mombeshora (Chair), Com Nyathi]

Policy Documentation
Monitoring and Evaluation
Stakeholder Relations
Fundraising
Awareness
Funding/Capital Development
Business Development
Professional and Capacity Development
International relations
Research and Development
Department of Finance and Administration
Sound financial management of Commission resources
Financial reports and management accounts
Human resources, administration and development
Asset management
Risk management
Budgeting and audits

Department of Research and Development

Research into media related issues
Review of current legislative instruments
Registration of media services
Accreditation of journalists
Research into ICT related issues
Policy review and development
Media Monitoring (Statutory Compliance)

Department of Standards Development and Advocacy

Training and standards development
Promoting media access
Promoting access to public information
Capacity development work for the industry
Outreach and public campaigns
Media monitoring (professional and ethical standards)
Promotion of indigenous languages
Public affairs and image promotion

Department of Legal Affairs

Secretarial services to the Commission
Regulatory affairs
Implementation of statutory provisions
Legal advisory services to the Board
Drafting of amendments and statutory provisions
Handling complains in liason with Media Council

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