MISA Malawi highlighted that the general economic crisis the country is experiencing has not spared the media sector.
This is a communique on the MISA Bostwana AGM and postponed elections.
This is a letter to His Excellency the President of the Republic of Malawi Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera on the Concern over the revocation of broadcasting licences in Malawi.
MISA Zimbabwe, of the Media Institute of Southern Africa in partnership with Thomson Reuters Foundation, are looking for Zimbabwean journalists who are motivated to understand how their country could be losing money via illicit means.
MISA Zimbabwe, ZACRAS and MAZ communique on the Broadcasting Services Act (Amendment Bill) Writeshop
Communique on proposed amendments on the Broadcasting Services Act (BSA) during a law drafting workshop (Writeshop) held in Gweru
This document is based on country reports for Angola, Botswana, eSwatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Statement on the pledge made by journalists in Lesotho to uphold ethical principles of journalism during the elections that are due to be held later this year.
A glimpse on trends in Southern Africa from the Freedom in the World 2022 Report
Update on the Broadcasting Services Amendment Bill and the Zimbabwe Media Practitioners Bill
MISA meets government officials in Botswana over the Criminal Evidence Procedure (Controlled Investigations) Bill
MISA Regional Governing Council convened solidarity meetings in Botswana during which the country’s highly contentious Criminal Evidence Procedure (Controlled Investigations) Bill was high on the agenda.