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The Malawi chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa defends and promotes media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Malawi.

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Call for Membership Application and Renewal 2022

Call for Membership Application and Renewal 2022

MISA Malawi would like to inform its current and prospective members that membership subscription for 2022 is due. MISA Malawi is a membership-based Non-Governmental Organisation which advocates for media freedom, freedom of expression, access to information and...

‘Mandatory vaccination not supported by law’

‘Mandatory vaccination not supported by law’

By Jameson Chauluka, Times Group The proposed mandatory Covid vaccination for key workers such as journalists, healthcare workers and other civil servants, continues to face resistance, with human rights lawyer Khwima Mchizi and human rights activist Michael Kaiyatsa...

MISA Malawi end of 2021 statement

MISA Malawi end of 2021 statement

Media freedom: Attacks on Journalists As we welcome the year 2022, MISA Malawi is deeply concerned that the Malawi Police Service (MPS) topped the list of perpetrators of attacks on journalists in 2021. Police have an obligation to protect all Malawians and enforce...

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In 1991, African journalists issued a historic call for press freedom.

30 years later, media professionals and others weigh in on the state of Africa’s press. Read their thoughts and join the conversation at #WHK30