Tear gassing media houses is a threat to freedom of expression and a hindrance to freedom of the press, especially that this year is an election year.
MISA Zambia is proud to announce the launch of its State of the Media report Q4 2020.
MISA Zambia says that attacks on one community radio station sends a chilling message to other stations more especially as the nation is approaching the 2021 general elections.
MISA Zambia says the media is trained to compile and publish information for public consumption.
MISA Zambia condemns police harassment of journalists covering the arrival and subsequent questioning of United Party for National Development (UPND) Leader Hakainde Hichilema at Ndola Central Police this morning.