Journalists Mlondolozi Ndlovu and Malvern Mkudu and Media Centre Director Earnest Mudzengi refused to testify as state witnesses.
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.
The on-going licensing developments of Econet Media’s satellite network, Kwese TV highlights yet again that reforms of the country’s current broadcasting framework are long overdue.
MISA Zimbabwe commends plans by the Zimbabwe Republic Police’s Victim Friendly Unit to strengthen child protection online.
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.
Mushohwe should not seek to dictate to the media on what it should and should not report on.
MISA-Zimbabwe notes with very grave concern the recent attack and threats against the state owned newspaper, The Herald by Zanu PF Political Commissar and Minister of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Savior Kasukuwere. The threats, which were made...
Journalists should always be security conscious - MISA MISA-Zimbabwe urges journalist to be always conscious of the profession’s safety and security measures to minimize risk to life and limb as they conduct their lawful professional duties. Speaking at a recent...
POTRAZ’s decision to set a steep minimum tariff for mobile voice and data services is a major setback to accessible and affordable telecommunications services in Zimbabwe.