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Media Monitoring Africa welcomes ICASA ruling!

We welcome the ruling by ICASA that the SABC’s decision to ban reporting public protest was in violation of the Broadcasting Amendment Act as a great victory.  We also note the subsequent press conference by the SABC Board, including the Chair and the SABC COO.  It was clear that theirs was an attempt to defile the ruling, common sense and logic. 

Clamping down on internet freedoms

South Africa made headlines on Monday when our government decided to not vote in favour of the UN Resolution on “The promotion, protection and enjoyment of human rights on the Internet”

CALL TO ACTION: Wednesday Picket Against Hlaudification of the SABC

We call upon you to rise up, raise a fist, make a fist and resist in a protest action outside the SABC’s Auckland Park head office, as well as all it’s bureaus across the country.

MMA findings support Jimi Matthews’ censorship claims!

Media Monitoring Africa’s findings confirm with claims made by Jimi Matthews regarding decisions made by SABC not to give the EFF coverage during the 2014 National Elections

2016 Elections preview and other exciting new work

MMA held a small briefing to give a sneak peak at our local government elections monitoring and to present the interim findings of our youth and newsroom research.

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