Media Monitoring Africa

CHILDREN INVOLVED IN STORIES ON CRIME IDENTIFIED Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) gives Daily News and Daily Sun a MAD[1] for articles indirectly identifying children, including a child who witnessed the killing […]...
CHILDREN’S VOICES CAN AMPLIFY ACTIVISM Children must always be interviewed in media stories about them especially if they are directly involved in the issue being reported. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) […]...
News24 misses opportunity to hear from children Deaf communities hardly feature in media coverage, more so deaf children. Further, children who are deaf hardly feature as sources in media coverage of […]...
Child witness’s identity protected Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) awards DispatchLIVE a GLAD[1] for its article titled, “Girl, 9, tells court prison warder attacked wife with bush knife” (22/10/2022). The GLAD […]...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) gives Weekend Argus a MAD[1] for indirectly identifying child victims who are reported to have been allegedly bullied at school by their classmate. “Mitchells Plain school […]...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is concerned with the level of negligence demonstrated by News24 in coverage of a crime involving a child. The story in question indirectly identifies the child […]...