The purpose of this brief is to advocate for an approach to cyber crime and cyber security in Zimbabwe that protects individuals, devices and networks, and, guards against arbitrary infringement of human rights in the name of national security.
Media freedom and freedom of expression are rights that are core to the practice of journalism. The safety and security of journalists, need to be guaranteed in order to ensure that they carry out their professional duties without fear or favour.
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.
The National Governing Council (NGC) of MISA Zimbabwe Chapter is pleased to announce that Mr. Tabani Moyo has been appointed as the National Director for MISA Zimbabwe with effect from the 1st of March 2018.
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.
MISA Zimbabwe is proud to publish its annual report examining media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information for 2017.
The Centre for Law and Technology Development and MISA Zimbabwe bring to you a commentary series on the third draft of the proposed Cybersecurity and Cybercrimes Bill (2017).
The Speaker of Speaker of the National Assembly Honorable Advocate Jacob Mudenda Parliament of Zimbabwe Nelson Mandela Avenue Harare, Dear Sir, RE:CONCERN OVER DELAYS IN MEDIA REFORMS IN LINE WITH THE CONSTITUTION The Media Institute of Southern Africa Zimbabwe...
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