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COVID-19, fake news laws being used to stifle free speech

Governments in Southern Africa are coming up with several regulations under the pretext of regulating the scourge of misinformation, particularly in the COVID-19 period, yet, they are using these laws to target dissenting voices, civil society, the media and opposition political parties.

Zimbabwe: Way Forward in 2019

MISA Zimbabwe’s recommendations for improving media freedom, freedom of expression, access to information and the safety of journalists in Zimbabwe to commemorate World Press Freedom Day 2019.

Regional onslaughts against free expression retrogressive

MISA Zimbabwe stands in defence and solidarity with media practitioners in Tanzania, Mozambique, and Zambia in the wake of increasing onslaughts against media freedoms and the right to access to information in the three countries.

Zimbabwe: Way forward in 2018

MISA Zimbabwe’s recommendations for improving media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Zimbabwe to commemorate World Press Freedom Day 2018.

Citizens have the right to free expression

Citizens have the right to freely express themselves online and offline while the media has the right to truthfully report and inform the nation on events as they unfold without fear.