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Introducing Web Rangers South Africa

To celebrate Safer Internet Day Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) together with Google SA, the Film and Publication Board (FPB) and the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services (DTPS) launched Web Rangers at McAuley House in Parktown, Johannesburg. This is an initiative where young people will not only drive safer internet behaviours but will also come up with their own ideas to encourage more young people to stay safe online.

Poor media reporting on a bullying incident goes viral

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is appalled by the media coverage of the Vukuzakhe High School, Kwa-Zulu Natal bullying incident. MMA calls on the media who have published this video to do the honourable and ethical thing and take it down.

MMA concerned about media reporting on alleged rape incident at Northern Cape Agricultural School

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) calls on the media to be more cautious when reporting on the alleged rape incident at the Northern Cape Agricultural School.

MMA cautions the media on identifying a child who survived the Stellenbosch estate attack

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) is concerned about news media’s decision to publish the name and images of a child who survived the Stellenbosch golf estate attack.

Join MMA and Centre for Child Law for the Sexual Offences Amendment Act and the Media Conference

Media Monitoring Africa and the Centre for Child Law invite you to attend the Prestigious Inaugural Lecture Series on the Sexual Offences Amendment Act and the Media.

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