Media Monitoring Africa

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   2023 MEDIA FREEDOM FESTIVAL: SHAPING TOMORROW’S MEDIA LANDSCAPE   Johannesburg, 3 October 2023 –  As we celebrate our 30th year, Media Monitoring Africa is thrilled to announce the upcoming 2023 Media Freedom Festival, a ground-breaking event hosted in collaboratio...
23 October 2022, Rosebank Killarney Gazette, Asanda Matlhare October 19 will always be marked off on the calendars of journalists around the country. This day commemorates Black Wednesday or National Press Freedom Day, and Media Monitoring Africa hosted a three-day media festival to tackle media-rel...
19 October 2022, Caxton Greater Joburg North Director of Media Monitoring Africa, William Bird welcomes everyone to the first session of the Media Freedom Festival where a discussion on Disinformation through children’s lens takes place. Watch full video...
4 November 2020, Sunday Times Media Monitoring Africa (MMA), the watchdog organization that promotes ethical and fair journalism, this month presents its Media Freedom Festival, a series of events to highlight critical issues related to media freedom and human rights. TimesLIVE is a media partner ...
13 October 2020, TimesLIVE Media Monitoring Africa (MMA), the watchdog organisation that promotes ethical and fair journalism, this month presents its Media Freedom Festival, a series of events to highlight critical issues related to media freedom and human rights. TimesLIVE is a media partner fo...