News and press statements
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.
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Zambia must all strive for equal rights for all in line with the United Nations Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women.
Each year on the 13th of February since 2011, we are given the opportunity to mark World Radio Day, and thus remind ourselves of the importance of radio.
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.
The Zambia National Cyber Security Policy will ensure that effective mechanisms are put in place for a well-coordinated governance framework on cybersecurity thereby fostering the creation of a secure, reliable, and trustworthy cyber environment that increases confidence.
MISA Zambia has described the move by the Ministry of Labour and Social Security to introduce a minimum wage for journalists as a step in the right direction. The poor conditions of service for most journalists in the country have been a matter that has required urgent attention.
MISA Zambia recognizes the various essential roles that the media play in providing information and platforms for both the government and members of the public to express themselves hence their safety and protection against the pandemic needs to be prioritized