News and press statements
A total number of 17 awards were given to deserving Zambian journalists and media houses at the 2020 media awards held at the Golden Peacock Hotel on September 25.
This piece of legislation is not just for the media, but is a Bill for all Zambians, and empowers them to hold government to account while encouraging transparency
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
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.
The Access to Information (ATI) Brief podcast is a 5-minute audio series aimed at raising awareness on Zambia’s Access to Information Bill.
PASME FM, a radio station in Petauke District, Zambia has been closed by order of the Petauke District Commissioner (DC) for airing a radio programme featuring an opposition political party leader.
MISA has launched the first-ever Trust in the Media baseline report for Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe.
The Zambia Council for Journalists Bill, 2020, is key in resolving complaints and promoting professionalism and accountability in the media fraternity.
MISA Zambia has expressed concern on the continued attacks on media houses in the country by the Patriotic Front (PF) political party cadres terming it to be an affront to democracy and good governance in Zambia.