Media Monitoring Africa

IOL infringes on the rights of a convicted child When reporting on children implicated or involved in any other manner in criminal proceedings, it is imperative that careful consideration is given to each child’s right to privacy […]...
TimesLIVE jeopardises child’s safety. Gender-based violence (GBV) poses a prevalent and far-reaching challenge in South Africa, exerting its influence across various spheres of life. With a particular emphasis on women and girls, GBV […]...
Media must prioritise children’s best interest For 30 years, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) has been promoting ethical and fair journalism which supports human rights, including children’s rights. Media has a […]...
Sunday Times fails to priorities children’s care South Africa is stricken with drugs and substance abuse, and this has affected many communities including the youth. A study by South African […]...
Cape Argus compromises children’s safety Following the amendment of Section 154 (3) of the Criminal Procedure Amendment Act of 2021,[1] the general rule when it comes to identifying children is […]...