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Press gagged in Mugabe ‘bombing’ trial

Press gagged in Mugabe ‘bombing’ trial

  The High Court on 12 February 2016 barred the media from covering proceedings in the case of four men including two soldiers charged with plotting to bomb President Robert Mugabe’s dairy...

Threat to blackout foreign-based radio stations

Threat to blackout foreign-based radio stations

MISA-Zimbabwe Media Alert 13 January 2016 Threat to blackout foreign-based radio stations   The Minister of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services Christopher Mushowe has urged the...

Charamba threatens private media

Charamba threatens private media

MISA-Zimbabwe Media Alert 8 January 2016 Charamba threatens private media   Media, Information and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary George Charamba has threatened and warned the private...

NewsDay journalists freed on bail

NewsDay journalists freed on bail

Nqaba Matshazi and Xolisani Ncube journalists with NewsDay charged with publishing falsehoods in breach of section 31 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act were on 8 January 2016 granted...

Police assault journalist

Police assault journalist

Lovemore Meya, a correspondent with The Herald was on 5 January 2016 severely assaulted by anti-riot police while covering clashes between commuter omnibus touts and residents in Harare’s dormitory town of Chitungwiza recently.

MISA launches inaugural rural information kiosk

MISA launches inaugural rural information kiosk

Villagers in Habane under Zimbabwe’s Umzingwane constituency in Matabelelend South Province will now have the opportunity to receive and share information after MISA Zimbabwe launched an information...

UPDATE: MISA criminal defamation case postponed

UPDATE: MISA criminal defamation case postponed

Hearing in the constitutional application by MISA-Zimbabwe and four others seeking for an order declaring criminal defamation unconstitutional in terms of the new constitution, was on 22 July 2015...