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MISA chapters have met in South Africa to strategically map the way forward in the region.
MISA Lesotho publishes this statement with grave concern as we celebrate, yet again, the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) without the access to information law in...
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...
MISA Lesotho has learned with contentment about recommendations of a parliament’s portfolio committee to dismiss the Computer Crime and Cybersecurity Bill of 2021, as well as the Communications Regulations of 2021 from the National Assembly.
Speech by H.E. The First Lady, Mrs ‘Mammusa ‘Masekoalane Majoro at the Women in Media Awards 3 September 2021
To our today’s participants of the Women in Media Awards, the award for bravery, determination, andexcellence goes to all of you.
The honourable Minister of Communications Science and Technology Speech at Women in Media Awards celebration 2021
“Celebrate your success and stand strong when diversity hits for when the storms and the clouds come in, the eagles soar while the small birds cover.” page 124
SPEECH BY HON. MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ON SAFETY OF JOURNALISTS SEMINAR ORGANISED BY MISA LESOTHO ON 28TH JULY 2021
I AM DELIGHTED AND PRIVILEGED TO HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO OFFICIATE THIS IMPORTANT EVENT. WE ALL KNOW THAT THERE ARE THREATS AGAINST THE MEDIA. IT DOES NOT MATTER WHETHER IT IS IN BROADCASTING, PRINT, OR ONLINE IN THE COUNTRY AND AROUND THE WORLD. THE THREATS ARE REAL AND NEED TO BE STOPPED FORTHWITH.
This is a Secretary General’s report for the period from April 1st, 2020 to March 31st, 2021 of the Media Institute of Southern Africa – Lesotho Chapter (MISA Lesotho).
U-Report Essay Competition Awards The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Lesotho chapter, has presented prizes to four children winners of essay competition the institute had been running....