Media Institute of Southern Africa


Mozambique Government repeals decree setting absurd media fees

Mozambique Government repeals decree setting absurd media fees

MISA Mozambique welcomes the decision of the Council of Ministers to repeal decree no. 40/2018, dated 23 July, which sets fees and fines due for licensing services, renewal, registration, advertising inserts by the print, radio and television media, including digital platforms, as well as accreditation and accreditation of journalists in Mozambique.


Attack on Prime TV journalists saddens MISA Zambia

Attack on Prime TV journalists saddens MISA Zambia

MISA Zambia has received with sadness reports of harassment of Prime TV journalist Jubilee Malambo by allegedly PF cadres who threatened to break his camera if he captured the victims of the houses which collapsed after a heavy downpour in Samfya district.


Imperative need to genuinely free the airwaves in Zimbabwe

Imperative need to genuinely free the airwaves in Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwean government through the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) has called for applications for broadcasting services licences for three main categories namely: free to air national commercial television broadcasting service, free to air community radio broadcasting service and campus radio stations.



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