Transparency International Zambia President, Ruben Lifuka, says the Access to Information (ATI) law is imperative in citizen’s ability to engage in quality and meaningful discourse on public affairs. Mr. Lifuka says access to information is...
Speech by MISA Zambia Chairperson Helen Mwale on the launch of the State of the Media in Zambia, 2Q at Protea Hotel.
Zambia's media in the second quarter of 2018 saw an increased threat on its freedom and role.
Media freedom enables citizens to enjoy their rights to freedom of expression and access to information, says MISA Zambia chairperson.
Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection Executive Director Emmanuel Mumba has charged that democracy is empty without citizens having access to information. Speaking during the launch of the 2018 MISA Transparency Assessment Report, Fr. Mumba said...
Guest post by McDonald Chipenzi, Executive Director of Governance, Elections, Advocacy, Research Services Initiative.
A collective movement of Civil Society Organisations calls for a wider consultation with all stakeholders about the proposed cyber laws.
Freedom of Expression and of the media in Zambia has remained a dream with the continued suppression of divergent views. the new report finds.
MISA Zambia is calling on government to be mindful of the right to freedom of expression and access to information as it enacts new laws to address new technological developments.
MISA Zambia once again joins the rest of the world to commemorate the World Press Freedom Day which falls every 3rd May as a way of raising awareness of the importance of freedom of expression and press freedom in Zambia.