The awards will include two new categories.
MISA Malawi Chairperson receives ‘Women of Substance’ Award
“The award is an encouragement for me to push even further”
Be innovative, Malawi community media outlets told
Social media increases your relevance, reach and viability
‘Media key in promoting quality of goods, services’
MISA Malawi and Malawi Bureau of Standard introduced Standards and Quality Journalist of the Year Award.
Eswatini: Maseko’s murder deserves thorough, independent investigations
Maseko was reportedly shot and killed at his home in Mbabane on 21 January 2023. The motive behind his shooting is still unclear, although there is speculation that this may have been linked to his work as a human rights defender.
Call for MISA Malawi Membership Application and Renewal 2023
MISA Malawi would like to inform its current and prospective members that membership subscription for 2023 is due. MISA Malawi is a membership-based Non-Governmental Organisation which advocates for media freedom, freedom of expression, access to information and...
MISA Malawi end of 2022 message
Closure of television and radio stations in 2022 spoiled the broadcasting industry gains of many years
MISA Malawi engages police officers on media freedom
On Friday, December 9, 2022, MISA Malawi engaged senior police officers on Media Freedom. Police Mobile Service (PMS) and Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officers came from all policing regions across Malawi. The engagement which took place at Bridgeview Hotel...
Malawi MPs decriminalise ‘insulting’ the ‘President’
We applaud government for repealing bad laws
Members of Parliament in Malawi remove sedition as criminal offence
MISA Malawi continues its advocacy against archaic and undemocratic laws.