Media Monitoring Africa

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) has been monitoring elections media coverage for all elections since we transitioned to democracy.  Each time we monitor we seek to find answers to questions like: Which parties were covered, was the coverage fair and equitable? Whose voices did we hear and wh...
Media Release  3 September 2021   Portraying the PANDEMIC: Children, Covid-19 & The Media   JOHANNESBURG, 3 September 2021– Media Monitoring Africa (MMA), in partnership with UNICEF South Africa, would like to invite you to a discussion analysing the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic ...
In July, South Africa witnessed considerable news coverage of issues relating to the public unrest that some members of the public felt was brought on by the arrest of former President, Jacob Zuma. Other sectors still feel that the unrest which led to property destruction and mass looting of busines...
On Wednesday 30 June 2021 the lsu Elihle Awards finalists where announced during an awards ceremony held online by Media Monitoring Africa and UNICEF. South Africa’s Robyn Wolfson Vorster, Uganda’s Caroline Ayugi, Kenya’s Thomas Mwiraria Murithi and Dorcas Wangira, Zimbabwe’s Farai Shaw...