Taking stock of the media in Swaziland – MISA partners with UNESCO on media development research
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Taking stock of the media in Swaziland – MISA partners with UNESCO on media development research

MISA-Swaziland | Research November 18 2014 The below article was originally published on UNESCO’s In Focus news-site. Freedom of expression was at the heart of discussions at a UNESCO-supported round table on assessing the media landscape in Swaziland, which took place in Mbabane on 30 October. The round table, organized by the Swaziland Chapter of … Continue reading

Anti-social or social community? How young people use social media in Swaziland
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Anti-social or social community? How young people use social media in Swaziland

MISA-Swaziland | Research July 9 2014 Nomsa Dlamini (15) is ensconced in a black leather lounge suite, seemingly oblivious to the lively chitchat of her two playful siblings in the spacious living room. Lost in her newfound fantasy world, her nimble thumbs seem to be the ones doing all the talking, deftly punching the tiny … Continue reading

UNESCO pledges support for community radio — Swazi Observer reports
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UNESCO pledges support for community radio — Swazi Observer reports

The following article appears in the Swazi Observer newspaper on Friday 12 July, 2013. Click here to be redirected to the Swazi Observer website where the article was sourced from. By Nosipho Shongwe THE United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) yesterday shared guidelines with Community radio stations on how to access funding from the organisation during … Continue reading

Community radio network launched in Swaziland
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Community radio network launched in Swaziland

MISA-Swaziland Alert July 11 2013 A community radio network has been launched in Swaziland. The network, made up of several community radio lobby groups and NGOs, is campaigning for community radio stations in Swaziland. UNESCO associate project officer Lydia Gachungi, who made a presentation at the event, said from the SADC countries that UNESCO supports, Swaziland is … Continue reading