Veteran broadcaster, Dominic Mandizha who died yesterday (Saturday) at the Avenues Clinic in Harare has been described as a hard worker, caring and generous man who worked to empower Zimbabweans through the airwaves.
Mandizha who succumbed to diabetes and hypertension will be buried this Tuesday at Glen Forest.
Family, friends, relatives and former workmates have described him as a hard worker and a generous man who will be greatly missed.
Mandizha was part of the ZBC Top executives who championed the transformation of the national broadcaster from being a propaganda machinery of the colonial settler regime, into a people’s station.
The veteran broadcaster together with the likes of Cde Webster Shamu, Gray Marongwe and Tirivafi Kangai played a leading role in introducing Radio 4 an educational channel and ZBC TV Channel 2.
He was born in 1937 in Mhondoro and is survived by 7 children.
Mourners are gathered at house number 18 Harry Pichanich Drive, Alexandra Park in Harare.