Media Monitoring Africa

5 November 2021, Mail & Guardian, Young people have increasingly turned to the internet during the past two years, not only to continue their education during a global pandemic, but to counteract the anxiety and social isolation that came with lockdowns and physical distancing. This according to...
3 July 2021, Sandton Chronicle Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) in Parkhurst, together with the Impact Amplifier are excited to invite all Web Ranger ambassadors and child monitoring learners to join forces with them to create and develop online comic strips under the project Understanding Disinformati...
10 February 2021, ITWeb, Staff writer Google also announced the launch of the next cohort of Web Rangers, an international digital and media literacy programme designed to empower young people with critical skills so they can use the Internet and social media responsibly and confidently. In SA, Web...
24 November 2019, Kenya News Agency, KNA Mutua said that initiatives such as Web Rangers must be embraced in the fight for clean content, insisting that the youth will be empowered by involving them in initiatives that seek to protect them. “As adults we should appreciate the fact that learning is...
  To commemorate National Child Protection Week, Media Monitoring Africa (MMA), together with Department of Telecommunication and Postal Services (DTPS), Google, Facebook, the Film Publication Board (FPB), Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA), MTN and Diana Schwarz Attorneys hosted the...
Is someone sending you nude pictures? Do you suspect that someone is trying to groom you? Are you being stalked on Facebook? If you answered YES to any of these questions, you are not safe online. Someone might be violating your rights! Really? What harm can come from a little innocent stalker fun? ...