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PostWar British Broadcast Policy
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Administrative Secretary Advisory African Broadcasting Andrew Sesinyi audience Author interview Bechuanaland Protectorate BOPA Botswana media British broadcasting in Botswana Broadcasting Officer Capetown Colonial COMBROAD commercial broadcasting commercial radio Confidential coverage Daily democracy Department of Information developmental journalism Director District Commissioner Education expatriate Gaborone government media Government Printer Government Secretary Mafeking High Commission Territories High Commissioner Home Affairs independence Information and Broadcasting Information Services J.P. Jones January journalists July June kgotla Khama Kwelagobe leaders Letter licence listeners London Mafeking major March March 22 Masire mass media media freedom Memorandum Minister Ministry National Assembly Debates National Development Plan November October opposition parties Permanent Secretary political Potlako Molefhe President Presidential Affairs pressure Pretoria private press programmes Protectorate Government Radio Botswana radio service regime Report Republic of Botswana Resident Commissioner role rural SABC Savingram September September 13 Seretse Khama Setswana South African staff Steenkamp television transmitter Zaffiro