News and statements
Media Statement on Utterance by BNP Deputy Leader and Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister Hon. Machesetsa Mofomobe Against Newspaper Editors of Foreign Origins
September 22nd 2020 To All Media Houses This serves as an expression of concern by MISA Lesotho over unwillingness and lack of interest by Deputy Leader of Basotho National Party (BNP), who is also...
MISA Lesotho shares its Way Forward recommendations for defending media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information to mark World Press Freedom Day 2020.
Minister says radio workers should not confuse pluralism and diversity with reporting unfounded allegations.
MCR staff joyful after receiving training from MISA Lesotho, supported by Lesotho National Commission for UNESCO
Children Speak Out is a special newspaper edition written by Basotho children and tailored for their consumption.
The press conference is will be held at Happy Villa, House No. 1B, Maseru, on Wednesday 26th June 2019, at 14h00 (2:00pm).
The AGM will be held on Sunday 31st March, 2019 at MISA Lesotho premises, Happy Villa Plot 1b, Maseru.
The African Union Human and People’s Rights Commissioner met with Lesotho media leaders to familiarize himself with the state of the sector.
The review is expected to inform repeal of various pieces of legislation and also to facilitate development of media friendly laws in Lesotho.