News and statements
MISA Lesotho will celebrate World Press Freedom Day 2016 with a number of activities from a live streaming conference to presenting community radio equipment to Quthing community.
The review revealed that media coverage during the 2015 elections was of a high ethical standard, but political reporting has since degenerated.
MISA Lesotho calls on the government of Lesotho to allow the media to practice freely, while also reminding the media it must adhere to journalistic standards and principles.
As part of World Radio Day 2016 celebrations, MISA Lesotho give a presentation on the role of journalists in reporting information in times of emergency and disaster.
MISA Lesotho held a governance and management training workshops for the steering committees of the Quthing and Semonkong community radio stations in February 2016.
MISA Lesotho invites tenders from locally and internationally registered companies to supply on-air radio studio equipment for three community radio stations. Tender closes on Friday 19th February, 2016.
The guidelines explain how journalists should report on the children in the media and include an ethical roadmap to assist journalists in the case of an ethical dilemma when reporting on children.
MISA Lesotho appeals to society, especially the Government of Lesotho, to create a media friendly environment in Lesotho so the press can do its duty effectively.
MISA hosted the 2015 elections of child ambassadors under its Children & the Media project simultaneously in Windhoek, Namibia, and Maseru, Lesotho on June 13, 2015.