Media Monitoring Africa

Following the highly successful challenge issued to the South African media last year for the coverage of National Women’s Day, the Media Monitoring Project (MMP) has decided to re-issue the challenge to media this year. The MMP’s challenge is for the media to mainstream women on National Women...
Joint statement by SA Chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa and the Media Monitoring Project (MMP) of SA on High Court censorship of Mail & Guardian: Misa-SA and the MMP are deeply shocked by the judgment in the Johannesburg High Court banning publication by the Mail & Guardian o...
In celebration of World Press Freedom day, MMP considers factors promoting and impeding our press freedom. Despite the fact that press freedom is guaranteed in the constitution, several factors threaten to undermine true press freedom. This piece discusses the impact of limitations, which our neighb...
Government has spearheaded the campaign, media has taken its aims and objectives on board, and civil society organisations have been driving the process. The MMP’s challenge presents South Africa’s biggest companies with a clear opportunity to take the 16 Days campaign beyond the 16th day. Read ...