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- ZBC Television last week launched a brand new breakfast show, Good Morning Zimbabwe that runs every weekday from 6 am to 8 am. The new programme is news-driven. It carries general, business and sports news, as well as features on entertainment and business issues and live studio interaction. Daily segments of the programme include early news, weather, press reviews, daily special, traffic reports, business breakfast as well as sports update.

- Pay Television giants DStv will screen an avalanche of matches as the road to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa continues this weekend all over the world. DStv through their premier channel Supersport will broadcast 21 World Cup qualifiers in a space of five days starting October 11. "All audiences are invited to tune in as the world prepares to compete in front of billions, for the glory of millions," DStv's Public Relations Officer, Helena Mayanja said last week. SS5 will kick start the frenzy with African aristocrats Nigeria playing Sierra Leone on October 11 at 6pm.The assortment also entails World Champions Italy against Dimitar Berbatov's Bulgaria, runners-up France hosting Adrian Mutu's Romania and four other matches in which South American powerhouse Argentina face Uruguay, Bolivia play Peru and European champions Spain host lowly Estonia.