MISA Zimbabwe urges the government to take steps towards ensuring a safe working environment for media practitioners.
The official endorsement of 28 September as the Right to Know Day is an opportunity the government should seize to domesticate international instruments.
We have just published an analysis of the right to privacy, interception of communications and surveillance laws in Zimbabwe.
This year’s Right to Know Day comes at a timely moment for Zimbabwe following the gazetting of the country’s Freedom of Information Bill.
MISA Zimbabwe urges the Zimbabwean authorities and the police to swiftly investigate the case involving the reported assault and abduction of Bustop TV comedian Samantha Kureya by unidentified armed men from her home in Harare’s high-density suburb of Mufakose.
MISA Statement on oral evidence given by Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation representatives when they appeared before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Media and Broadcasting on 23 May 2019.
This is a statement on MISA Zimbabwe’s position on the government of Zimbabwe’s media law reforms progress update on 20 May 2019.
MISA Zimbabwe’s World Press Freedom Day Statement for 2019 under the theme: Regional and Continental Instruments Key to Democratic Media Reforms
MISA Zimbabwe National Director Tabani Moyo was elected into the IFEX Governing Council at its elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Berlin, Germany, on 10 April 2019.
This joint statement is by MISA Zimbabwe and MAZ outlining the progress made thus far around the media law reforms processes and engagements that have been undertaken with the Zimbabwe government so far.