Media Monitoring Africa


Know your dope from your dodgy: If you care about sharing news that is credible, you need to download this extension to help you identify if the site you are browsing contains credible or dodgy news.


Ever wondered what you are actually agreeing to when you tick the agree to terms and conditions buttons of your favourite social media tools? Turns out quite a lot. So much in fact, that we teamed up with a legal expert to help us break it up so we can see how it impacts our core rights.


A platform for media organisations, journalists, columnists, and commentators to make public their interests, with the aim of strengthening institutional credibility, accountability, transparency, and trustworthiness.


Does the story read like a press release? The story looks a lot like yours but without any credit. Find out if it is. Copy the text and paste it and watch what happens. A tool you can use to show you how much copy-pasting is happening in our news.


We used to know when corrections were made on paper but how do we track how ethical our news media are? Track the various unseen edits made to online news articles and see if they are open to changes.


Ever wondered who sets the agenda for the news that we consume every day? Find out which journalists, politicians and media houses are setting the agenda on Twitter.


Those who have a voice have power, so just who has power in our media? Who is speaking the loudest at any given time in South African media? Media Mic will show you who.


Discover the story behind the data.


Just how diverse is our news? We have many titles but how diverse is it all? Using a variety of indicators MDI provides a window into the diversity or lack thereof in South African news media content.


MMA has a new exciting online survey tool that allows you to easily create your own customized questionnaires.


They say you are what you eat. If so what does your TV Diet look like based on what you watch?


A wifi network that uses wifi to allow users to communicate for free!


Hashplay is an initiative by Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) and funded by Save the Children Sweden. The site is designed to help children make informed decisions online and provide guidance on ways in which they can protect themselves online.


Web Rangers is a digital literacy programme designed to allow young people to gain critical skills and knowledge around online safety that they use to create innovative campaigns that promote safe internet usage and champion their rights in the digital world.