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The Lesotho chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa   defends and promotes media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Lesotho.

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MISA Chapters meet in South Africa for Regional strategic planning

MISA Chapters meet in South Africa for Regional strategic planning

MISA Regional Governing Council (RGC) Chairperson, Mr. Golden Maunganidze (Zimbabwe), has met with the MISA RGC Deputy Chairperson, Mr. Nkoale Oetsi Tšoana (Lesotho) ahead of the MISA Regional Strategic Planning meeting currently underway in Rosebank, South Africa....

Ntlha-Kemo ea MISA-Lesotho Litabeng tsa Paramente

Ntlha-Kemo ea MISA-Lesotho Litabeng tsa Paramente

Ka la-23 Thlakubele 2021, Letona la mehleng la Likhokahanyo, Mahlale le Tšebeliso ea ona, Mohlomphehi Keketso Sello, o tekile Setšoantšo sa molao - Computer Crime and Cybersecurity Bill of 2021 - ka paramenteng. Sena se etsahetse ntle le hore e-be lekala, le ha e se...

Thumbs up for Parliament Portfolio Committee on Information!

Thumbs up for Parliament Portfolio Committee on Information!

The Committee recommends rescission of the controversial Cybersecurity Bill, SIM & Mobile Device Regulations MISA Lesotho has learned with contentment about recommendations of a parliament’s portfolio committee to dismiss the Computer Crime and Cybersecurity Bill...

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In 1991, African journalists issued a historic call for press freedom.

30 years later, media professionals and others weigh in on the state of Africa’s press. Read their thoughts and join the conversation at #WHK30

In order to sustain our capacity building and advocacy programs, we also rent out our recording studio and a DJI phantom 4 drone.