Tag: Media law reform


President Mnangagwa should crack media reforms whip

President Mnangagwa should crack media reforms whip

As President Emmerson Mnangagwa assumes his presidency following his inauguration as Zimbabwe’s new leader, MISA Zimbabwe urges him to prioritise the implementation of long overdue media reforms critical to a new democratic dispensation. In his inauguration speech on 24 November 2017, President Mnangagwa said he would ensure that the pillars of democracy are strengthened and respected. In breaking with the past, President Mnangagwa should also...

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Media reforms in Zimbabwe long overdue, urges MISA Zimbabwe

Media reforms in Zimbabwe long overdue, urges MISA Zimbabwe

As Zimbabwe gets into the 2018 elections campaign mode the government should speedily implement long overdue media reforms to entrench constitutional democracy. This is critical as elections define democracy while the media enlightens and sustains it. The media should thus be allowed to conduct its lawful professional duties in an atmosphere free of threats, intimidation and harassment. The safety and security of journalists should therefore...

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