The State of the Media Report is a quarterly assessment of the media environment in Zambia
Use radio as a catalyst for peace
The 2023 World Radio Day theme was ‘Radio and Peace’
Impactful advocacy vital for democracy strengthening in Zambia
The training saw participants drawn from youth organizations, media houses and governance non-profit organizations
Eswatini: Maseko’s murder deserves thorough, independent investigations
Maseko was reportedly shot and killed at his home in Mbabane on 21 January 2023. The motive behind his shooting is still unclear, although there is speculation that this may have been linked to his work as a human rights defender.
Byta FM Producers in OAD programming orientation
The project is being implemented in Eastern, Southern and Western Provinces
MISA Zambia congratulates its 20th Platinum & Golden Award winners
The media awards were created with the objective to promote media excellence and encourage professionalism in the media Industry
Government embarks on media policy reforms
The UPND government is working tirelessly to ensure that the media operates in a media friendly environment as they carry out their duties to serve the public.
MISA Zambia launches legal hand book
The handbook is divided into seven (07) modules including; International law on Freedom of expression, Zambian constitutional Framework, Zambian legal framework on freedom of expression, Access to Information, Digital Rights, Broadcasting and Telecommunications and Advocacy and law reform on freedom of expression.
MISA mourns veteran journalist Edem Djokotoe
MISA Zambia will remember Mr. Djokotoe for his profound contribution to MISA Zambia and the development of the media industry at large
Cyber laws must allow media to facilitate good governance
Provisions in the Cyber Security and Cyber Crimes law impact investigative journalism