Media Monitoring Africa

15 July 2020, Rosebank Killarney Gazzette, Chante’ Ho Hip While racism remains present in our reality, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) believes that the youth holds the key to its eradication and education. Together with Unicef and the Agape Youth Movement, the innovative organisation hosted a n...
22 June 2020, Daily Maverick, Shani Reddy On Wednesday 24 June, Media Monitoring Africa is partnering with a number of organisations, including UNICEF and the Agape Youth Movement, to bring you a webinar where school children will be discussing solutions to address the increasing racism that l...
28 May 2020, Review Fourways, Content provided share their concerns about returning to school. Photo: Stock Image How will the Department of Education recover lost time? Will learners have to repeat the school year? Will universities and other tertiary institutions lower their admission point scores...
15 May 2020, Rosebank Killarney Gazette These were among the questions brought to the table by learners who participated in a webinar on 12 May as part of Media Monitoring Africa’s (MMA) web series titled Getting to Grips. Based in Parkhurst, MMA hopes to provide a platform that can educate you...
13 May 2020, AllAfrica, Above are some of the tough and relevant questions that learners asked during a webinar session titled Getting to Grips, organised by Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) on Tuesday 12 May. In each series, the webinar sessions seek to deliberate on uncertainties and questions that l...
13 May 2020, Daily Maverick, Ayanda Mthethwa Above are some of the tough and relevant questions that learners asked during a webinar session titled Getting to Grips, organised by Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) on Tuesday 12 May. In each series, the webinar sessions seek to deliberate on uncertaintie...