MISA Swaziland hosts Media Practitioners COVID-19 sensitization workshop

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (Eswatini chapter) responded to the COVID-19 outbreak March 20, the aim of the workshop was meant at sensitising local media practitioners was held at the Hilton Garden Inn, Mbabane. Even though, mandate has been the promotion freedom of expression and freedom of the press. The workshop came at aContinue reading “MISA Swaziland hosts Media Practitioners COVID-19 sensitization workshop”

Swazi Editor tells SA media to stop distorting Swazi stories, reports Times of Swaziland

MISA Swaziland | Media AlertAugust 22 2014 The Times of Swaziland has reported that the South African media should stop distorting stories about the kingdom. “Chairman of the Swaziland National Editors Forum Mbongeni Mbingo has appealed to the South African media to desist from distorting news stories that were initially broken by journalists in Swaziland,”Continue reading “Swazi Editor tells SA media to stop distorting Swazi stories, reports Times of Swaziland”

Draconian laws will never suppress a people’s desire for free expression, the press is here to stay – Swazi Observer

MISA-Swaziland | Alert June 25 2014 The editorial in yesterday’s Swazi Observer agrees with South Africa’s deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa that the media must annoy and challenge the leaders of a country, while also reporting in a fair and balanced manner.  “Africa direly needs politicians who will acknowledge the role of the press instead ofContinue reading “Draconian laws will never suppress a people’s desire for free expression, the press is here to stay – Swazi Observer”