News and statements
Resolutions from the Regional Multi-stakeholder Internet Governance conference held in Harare on 4 June 2021.
The MISA Regional Governing Council held a meeting to elect new leadership on 4 June 2021.
In solidarity with the rest of the world, we acknowledge the fact that radio plays a pivotal role in our daily lives.
Even in times of all-pervasive social media chatter, the traditional media – newspapers, radio, and television – still enjoy a greater credibility than social media. After all, journalists are professional producers of information, and we generally do trust professionals more than amateurs
Covid-19 has aggravated the situation by further exposing weaknesses in our radio industry. Misinformation, propaganda and conspiracy theories are spreading fast on the new media, without radio being able to counter the infodemic.
Radio is not only a medium for communication but a key stakeholder in any democratic dispensation.
MISA Lesotho, with financial support of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Lesotho, brings you second edition of Children Speak Out – a special newspaper exclusively reporting about adolescents’ issues.
His Excellency Mr Matjama is a veteran journalist whose professional journey started in the 1990s. Between 2002 and 2013, Mr Matjama performed different key roles within MISA Lesotho.
MISA Lesotho issues this statement in grave concern over the growing rate of conduct by some “journalists” who actively meddle in the affairs of political parties under the guise they are doing their job as media practitioners