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Charamba wrong on AIPPA!

Charamba wrong on AIPPA!

27 Jun 2017

Remarks attributed to Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information George Charamba on the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (AIPPA) are very misleading and cannot go unchallenged. Charamba is quoted in the...

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Journalists arrested and detained in Rusape

Journalists arrested and detained in Rusape

23 Jun 2017

Journalists Garikai Chaunza and Frank Chikowore were on 22 June 2017 arrested by the police while covering the invasion of Lesbury Farm about 26 km west of Rusape in Manicaland Province. Chaunza and Chikowore were...

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Media reforms overdue

Media reforms overdue

07 Jun 2017

As Zimbabwe gets into the 2018 elections campaign mode the government should speedily implement long overdue media reforms to entrench constitutional democracy. This is critical as elections define democracy while the media enlightens and sustains...

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Minister of Information Communication Technologies, Postal and Courier Services, Hon. Supa Mandiwanzira

Data tariffs to be reduced

24 May 2017

MISA Zimbabwe welcomes moves by the Zimbabwean government to facilitate the downward review of mobile data prices in the country.


Digital rights remain on the agenda

Digital rights remain on the agenda

03 May 2017

MISA Zimbabwe commemorated the 2017 World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) on 2 May 2017 at the Holiday Inn, in Harare. The breakfast meeting, which was attended by 80 stakeholders, reinforced the need to ensure that...

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Newsday journalists charged over Mugabe health story

Newsday journalists charged over Mugabe health story

03 Mar 2017

The editor of Newsday Wisdom Mdzungairi and reporter Richard Chidza were on 3 March  2017 reportedly charged with insulting or undermining the president following publication of a story pertaining to President Robert Mugabe’s health. Mdzungairi...

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