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 […]...
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 […]...
IOL infringes on the rights of a convicted child When reporting on children implicated or involved in any other manner in criminal proceedings, it is imperative that careful consideration is given to each child’s right to privacy […]...
TimesLIVE jeopardises child’s safety. Gender-based violence (GBV) poses a prevalent and far-reaching challenge in South Africa, exerting its influence across various spheres of life. With a particular emphasis on women and girls, GBV […]...
Media must prioritise children’s best interest For 30 years, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) has been promoting ethical and fair journalism which supports human rights, including children’s rights. Media has a […]...
Sunday Times fails to priorities children’s care South Africa is stricken with drugs and substance abuse, and this has affected many communities including the youth. A study by South African […]...