News and press statements

Free media is crucial to development: MISA Zambia

Free media is crucial to development: MISA Zambia

MISA Zambia says that without a vibrant media, the public’s right to receive information on matters of public interest from a variety of sources cannot be fulfilled and the free and open debate that is indispensable to the development of public policy cannot take place.

MISA Zambia: Notice of annual general meeting

MISA Zambia: Notice of annual general meeting

Please note that MISA Zambia is only able to accommodate one representative from each institution member based outside Lusaka at the 2020 AGM. Individual members who wish to attend the AGM may do so, however MISA Zambia will only be able to provide Lunch for the members that will attend the AGM.

Treat political players equally

Treat political players equally

MISA Zambia expects all media institutions to align their political programmes in line with the SADC the Gender Protocol Agreement which calls for 50/50 gender representation

Protect the media- MISA Zambia

Protect the media- MISA Zambia

MISA Zambia Chairperson Hellen Mwale says the media just like any other citizen need to be protected and feel safe as they carry out their duties more so as we head to the polls.

Access to Information Brief podcasts

Access to Information Brief podcasts

The Access to Information (ATI) Brief podcast is a 5-minute audio series aimed at raising awareness on Zambia’s Access to Information Bill.

Access to Information Brief podcasts

Access to Information Brief podcasts

The Access to Information (ATI) Brief podcast is a 5-minute audio series aimed at raising awareness on Zambia’s Access to Information Bill.