Media Monitoring Africa

Too much information can harm. The media’s main responsibility is gathering and reporting the news to the public. In the same breath, the media carry the responsibility to protect and safeguard the rights and dignity of the most vulnerable, including children. Media monitoring Africa (MMA) giv...
Involving children’s voices is essential. Involving children in competitions and learning about recycling is important in fostering their development as active citizens. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) believes that it is imperative that we involve them in issues that affect them. It is unfortunate ...
City Press puts interest of child first. One of the basic tenets of ethical journalism is to always consider the best interest of children or a child when reporting on a story that involves them. It is for this commendable journalistic practice that week, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is delighted t...
The HeraldLIVE continues to illuminate children’s matters in the media For upholding the standards of ethical news reporting as it pertains to children’s stories, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) bestows the HeraldLIVE with a GLAD[1] for the story titled, “Paterson High School boffin off to Bali...
HeraldLIVE shines the spotlight on a young activist’s accomplishment. Few triumphs in ethical journalism are more impressive than successfully accessing and compassionately telling stories of outstanding children, especially when they are as inspiring as Khazimla Adam. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA...
    Too much information can harm. The media’s main responsibility is gathering and reporting the news to the public. In the same breath, the media carry the responsibility to protect and safeguard the rights and dignity of the most vulnerable, including children. Media monitori...
HeraldLIVE shines the spotlight on a young activist’s accomplishment. Few triumphs in ethical journalism are more impressive than successfully accessing and compassionately telling stories of outstanding children, especially when they are as inspiring as Khazimla Adam. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA...
Highlighting the remarkable achievements of children in the media holds significant importance. By showcasing their extraordinary talents, resilience, and positive contributions, we not only celebrate their accomplishments but also inspire and uplift others. Weekend Argus missed an opportunity[1] by...
For failing to protect the identity of a vulnerable child and accessing children for their views when not in the children’s best interests, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) gives a MAD[1] to Independent Online (IOL) and Daily Sun. The articles titled, “Bangladeshi national who ...