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Freelance journalist Nyasha Majoni was on 27 January 2020 reportedly manhandled by police in Kwekwe, Zimbabwe who accused him of sending pictures and video clips of police arresting illegal money changers.
MISA Zimbabwe’s state of the media report examining media freedom, freedom of expression, digital rights and access to information for 2019.
MISA Zimbabwe condemns in the strongest terms, the harassment of journalist Robert Tapfumaneyi by MDC Alliance security details at the party’s meeting in Harare.
Blessed Mhlanga, a NewsDay Zimbabwe journalist was barred from covering a defence forces graduation ceremony at the Zimbabwe Staff College in Harare, today on 28 November 2019.
The pan-African initiative seeks to improve human rights online as well as Internet openness and access.
Police assaulted three journalists at the MDC Alliance HQ in Harare where leader Nelson Chamisa was scheduled to give an address.
MISA Zimbabwe on 15 November 2019, held its annual Multi-stakeholder Internet Governance Conference in Harare.
There is need to raise awareness on laws that offer protection and secure the dignity and privacy of citizens online.
A commuter omnibus operator on 21 October 2019 reportedly threatened to shoot the entire TellZim newsroom staff.