As the world commemorates International Day to end Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, MISA Zimbabwe urges the Zimbabwean government to investigate cases involving the assault of journalists conducting their lawful professional duties. The investigations will...
For a third time, the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe has approached the High Court to try to bar Kwese TV from broadcasting in Zimbabwe.
Media reform can’t be ignored. Without independent media, it is impossible to ensure the forthcoming elections are free and fair.
Dr Dish, which is partnered with Econet Media, has filed an urgent chamber application seeking permission to broadcast its Kwese TV.
The Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe has appealed the court ruling that it acted outside the scope of its powers by cancelling Dr Dish’s licence.
Recent remarks by the Minister of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services, Christopher Mushowe, about the impartiality of the state-controlled ZBC are deceptive.
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 digital rights are promoted and sufficiently protected in line with the constitution.
MISA Zimbabwe urges the government to ensure the proposed cyber crime laws do not erode constitutional rights to free expression online and offline.
We the undersigned, are concerned citizens who are urging our leaders and the relevant authorities to act now to transform the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) into a truly independent and representative public service broadcaster as prescribed by the African Charter on Broadcasting.
On 20 July 2016 the constitutional court clarified that it was mandatory for Zimbabweans in possession of a gadget capable of receiving broadcast services to pay ZBC license fees. The ruling was made in a matter dating back to 2012 involving two applicants, Bernard...