Media Monitoring Africa

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected so many sectors in South Africa and one of these is the education sector. Education in the country has greatly been affected to the extent of affecting performance of learners as schools have had to be closed or put on rotational learning basis on more than one occ...
Electricity supply cuts are common in South Africa and one of the factors that contributes to this is the theft of electricity supply facilities by community members.[1]  As society grapples for a solution to this problem, two 17-year-old boys from Middleburg in Mpumalanga have come up with a s...
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) awards Cape Times a GLAD[1] for the publication’s piece, “Nature lover Latita, 13, plays lead role as voice for saving our planet” (06/08/2021). This is because the article positively portrays the child and accesses her for her views. The article that has put Lati...
Gender-Based Violence is a huge issue that South Africa is grappling with today. A lot of effort is going into addressing the vice.  With all this effort, having a child working to help address such an issue is rarely seen in the media. Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) gives SowetanLIVE a GLAD[1] ...
One of the many frustrations faced by motorists in South Africa must be the danger of potholes. Potholes damage cars and even worse, cause road accidents. That being said, a group of 10 boys from Cape Town have created a solution to help motorists drive without damaging their vehicles. Media Monitor...