The Zimbabwe chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa defends and promotes media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Zimbabwe.
Free Expression Climate Survey 2023
This survey is part of MISA's regional programme to identify the most pressing issues for free media, free speech, and a free expression in the digital sphere. It will take approximately seven (7) minutes to fill out the form. This is a follow-up to our 2022 survey....
UNESCO Director-General condemns the killing of Lesotho broadcaster
UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay has condemned the killing of the Lesotho broadcaster,c, and urged authorities to investigate the crime and hold those responsible to account. “Violent attacks on journalists must not be used to discourage them from conducting...
Regional governments commit to more openness as MISA launches press freedom report
MISA Regional launched the third State of Press Freedom in Southern Africa Report on 11 May 2023 in Lusaka, Zambia, where government officials from four regional countries agreed to closely co-operate with civil society organisations in improving freedom of expression...
The State of Press Freedom in Southern Africa Report 2022 ( Now Available)
FOREWORD SHAPING A FUTURE OF RIGHTS: FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AS THE DRIVER OF ALL OTHER HUMAN RIGHTS THE past few years have proven to be tough where it concerns the exercise and enjoyment of media freedom and freedom of expression in the Southern African region. The...
30 years later, media professionals and others weigh in on the state of Africa’s press. Read their thoughts and join the conversation at #WHK30
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