Media Monitoring Africa

As South Africa commemorates Women’s Day, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is pleased to announce the launch of a project on gender aimed at improving the coverage of women in South African news in terms of quantity and quality. The project, dubbed Lens on Gender, will see South African media monitor...
MMA, Facebook, Google SA, Film and Publication Board (FPB), MTN, DTPS and Diana Schwarz Attorneys are inviting all SA learners between the ages of 12-17 years to be part of the 2020 Web Rangers Programme. Web Rangers is an international digital literacy programme designed to empower young people to ...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is conducting bi-monthly monitoring and analysis activities in order to determine trends in coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic in terms of sources in South African media. This is a series and findings are compared against each other to show improvement, or the lack there...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) welcomes the long awaited launch of the SABC’s Editorial Policies. While delayed, they represent a significant commitment to editorial independence. The new policies will frame a bold approach to the SABC’s public service mandate, and in particular its news and curr...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) has closed its entries for the 2020 lsu Elihle Awards. Journalists from within the African continent were invited to submit their story ideas involving children. The applications closed at midnight on the 30th of June 2020. The story ideas will be adjudicated by our dis...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) encourages African journalists to enter for the child-centered awards as entries close in ten days. All story ideas are to be submitted by midnight on the 30th of June 2020. Story ideas can be targeted at any mainstream news medium such as TV, Radio or Online. The top s...