MISA Zimbabwe's letter to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Executive Secretary Dr Stergomena, updating the regional body and the African Union on Zimbabwe media reforms as set out in the 2013 AU elections observer mission recommendations.
Opposition MDC –T president Nelson Chamisa on 8 March 2018 said his party is committed to ensuring the safety and security of journalists at all times.
Two journalists were allegedly harassed by MDC-T youths on 1 March 2018 at the party headquarters during a press conference
The proposed merging of the three cyber bills into one bill as recently announced by the responsible minister could result in the muddying and undermining of other fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution.
MISA Zimbabwe joins the world in commemorating World Radio Day with a reminder to the government of Zimbabwe on the need for genuine transformation of the entire broadcasting sector to allow for diversity in radio broadcasting in the country.
MISA Zimbabwe welcomes remarks by the Acting Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services that his ministry is working to amend laws that restrict freedom of expression and access to information.
MISA Zimbabwe is greatly concerned that the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe is seeking to licence online video content providers who don't require broadcasting frequencies.
Zanu PF national deputy political commissar Omega Hungwe has warned journalists that she would deal with them if they reported her remarks on how her party would win the 2018 elections.
MISA Zimbabwe is proud to publish its annual report examining media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information for 2017.
Zimbabwe police and representatives of media organisations have agreed on a raft of actions to secure a safe and conducive working environment for journalists.