Statement on Zimbabwe`s declined on the Reporters Without Borders (RSF)’s 2022 World Press Freedom Index
Media freedom monitoring
This document is based on country reports for Angola, Botswana, eSwatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The 2021 state of the media report looks at the media landscape and operating environment with regards to freedom of expression, access to information, digital rights, media sustainability and media freedom in Zimbabwe.
A glimpse on trends in Southern Africa from the Freedom in the World 2022 Report
Letter written to ZBC regarding its implementation plan for fair and balanced coverage of political parties during elections ahead of the 2023 elections and upcoming by-elections in March 2022.
An article on the projected outlook for the year 2022 by Regional Secretariat director Tabani Moyo.
Statement on the continued harassment of journalists in Lesotho.
Reporters without borders released the world media freedom rankings for 2021.
The latest Reporters Without Borders (RSF) media freedom rankings are a mixed bag for Southern African countries, with some recording gains, while others slipped, an indication that more still needs to be done to improve media freedom in the region.
Zimbabwe has been ranked at 130 out of 180 countries in 2021 compared to its ranking at 126 in 2020, new rankings by the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) show.