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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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Statement of Appreciation on progress to Reforms

Statement of Appreciation on progress to Reforms

Picture By NewsDay By Kananelo Boloetse (Chairperson - MISA Lesotho) MISA Lesotho extends its sincere appreciation to the Minister of Law, Honourable Richard Ramoeletsi, for his initiative in tabling the 10th and 11th Amendments to the Constitution Bills in...

Basotho want media freedom

Basotho want media freedom

By Maleshoane Ratsebe Study shows more Basotho embrace media’s watchdog role over government A recent Afrobarometer survey reveals that more Basotho believe in the importance of freedom of the media, they even support the media’s watchdog role over the government -...

MISA Lesotho turns to its veterans for survival

MISA Lesotho turns to its veterans for survival

By Maleshoane Ratsebe & Itumeleng Lekoatsa Pictures by Retšelisitsoe Makara Expressing his commitment to enhancing MISA Lesotho, Mr Kananelo Boloetse, the Chairperson of the Media Institute of Southern Africa in Lesotho (MISA Lesotho), has appealed to members to...

Dossier

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

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