Media Monitoring Africa

Media release  05 May 2020  Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) announces the application date for the lsu Elihle Awards. This year’s applications will open on the 15th of May 2020. Translated from IsiZulu to mean “Great Idea”, the Isu Elihle Awards aim to encourage fresh reporting and ins...
Media Monitoring Africa held their first Getting to Grips webinar on the 28th of April 2020, which looked at children’s understanding of Covid-19. Due to the current pandemic of the Coronavirus, MMA saw a need to create a series of webinars focusing on Covid-19 and children, in order to provide a ...
Media Monitoring Africa would like to invite you to join the World Press Freedom Day Webinar Series. The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, in a process led by the Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information in Africa, last month published the final text of ...
MMA together with children will be running a series of COVID-19 sessions allowing children to set the agenda. Join us for the first webinar as children have the chance to ask an expert questions about COVID-19. Ask your children to join and if they have any questions they will also be encouraged to ...
Media Monitoring Africa is excited to announce its new initiative, The Spotters Network. The Spotters Network aims to curb digital offences and ultimately create an online space that is free from hate speech, harassment and incitement, whilst simultaneously promoting truthful and accurate/credible n...
On the 18th of March 2020, , Media Monitoring Africa held a relaunch for the Real411 platform. Real411 was first launched in 2019 during the South African elections to allow members of the public to report disinformation, however during the elections it was discovered that not only people were repor...