News and press statements
Zambia’s children aren’t a priority for political leaders, says Mwiza Zuli in this guest post for MISA Zambia.
MISA Zambia is calling on all political parties not to beat journalists and refrain from acts of censorship as an independent media is key to free and fair elections.
MISA Zambia celebrates the High Court’s ruling that section 67 of the Penal Code is unconstitutional.
MISA Zambia notes with grief the invasion of ZNBC studios by Sports Minister Chishimba Kambwili and Information Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo.
MISA Zambia condemns the harassment of UNZA student journalists by Youth and Sport Minister Chishimba Kambwili.
The barring from some journalists on 19 September 2014 is an affront to Zambia’s democracy.
MISA Zambia notes with sadness the sudden and retrogressive decision by the government to block some media houses from covering the opening of parliament on Friday 19 September 2014. We want to put...
Zambia is using colonial-era laws to supress freedom of the media, which is also operating in an increasingly violence atmosphere.
MISA Zambia is concerned that the existence of a public sphere is under threat in Zambia because of some acts of intolerance by some stakeholders and continued existence of archaic laws that...