Media Monitoring Africa

Allow children to voice their views Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) gives a Missed Opportunity[1] to Daily Voice for an article that fails to access a child who performed very well […]...
Ground Up lets pupils voice out concerns The rate of pregnancy among school learners in South Africa is alarming and has become a major challenge at schools as it affects […]...
Cape Argus compromises children’s safety Following the amendment of Section 154 (3) of the Criminal Procedure Amendment Act of 2021,[1] the general rule when it comes to identifying children is […]...
Daily Voice misses child’s voice Media monitoring Africa (MMA) gives a Missed Opportunity[1] to Daily Voice for its article that celebrates the talent of an 11-year-old child but does not […]...
Daily Sun disregards children’s privacy Daily Sun disregards children’s privacy Children’s right to privacy is important and should always be valued by all, more so the media when reporting about […]...
TimesLIVE empowers Children amidst tragic circumstances. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is excited to award a GLAD[1] to TimesLIVE for their efforts to give a voice to children in sensitive and complex situations. All too often, children are […]...
Victim indirectly identified. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is concerned about the reporting from Daily News on a story that involves a girl who was reportedly raped. Daily News has failed to protect the identity of the victim and […]...
Cape Times fails to protect children It is unfortunate that Cape Times acted negligently by indirectly identifying children involved in its article on child abuse – with one child being […]...