Saturday, March 2, 2024

Lesotho

Lesotho 

Report: Safety of Journalists Situation in Lesotho

For decades, journalists in Lesotho have craved a working environment that prioritizes their safety, but have only received lip services from politicians who only...
Lesotho 

Lesotho: Elections working environment improves for journalists

Journalists in Lesotho signed an election reporting pledge, which was their commitment to covering the elections in an ethical and professional manner. Following the...
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MISA’s Annual Report Highlights Freedom of Expression and Digital Rights Issues in Southern Africa

The year 2021 was one of consolidation and the repositioning of our organisation in the aftermath of the several headwinds that we faced. When we...
Lesotho 

Lesotho journalists commit to professionalism

Journalists in Lesotho have launched a pledge to uphold ethical principles of journalism during elections that are due to be held later this year. The...
Lesotho 

Lesotho Police Shoot Journalist During Protests

Lesotho police have been accused of shooting journalist Ntsoaki Motaung during a youth protest dubbed #BachaShutDown on 6 November 2020. Motaung, who works for Newsday,...
Lesotho 

Lesotho: Proposed Internet Broadcasting Rules Will Stifle Free Speech

The Lesotho government, through the Lesotho Communications Authority (LCA), has proposed new regulations that stipulate that individuals with more than 100 followers on social...
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AFIC advocates for healthy lives and well-being for all at all ages through access to information

Citizens’ access to information plays a vital role in promoting the realization of their right to health. It facilitates freedom of choice and quality...
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Stakeholders Call for a Coordination Mechanism on Safety of Journalists in Africa

Representatives from Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Africa, including the African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX), and government institutions have agreed to establish a...
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Freedom of Expression in Africa: 183 Killed by Security Agents in 3 Protests

A total of 183 deaths were recorded from July to December 2016 following clashes between protestors and security agents in three countries – Ethiopia,...
Lesotho 

Lesotho: Government Closes Two Tadio Stations ahead of World Radio Day Celebrations

This statement was originally published on misa.org on February 10, 2017. Three days ahead of the commemoration of the World Radio Day on 13 February 2017,...
Lesotho 

Lesotho Times Journalist goes into Exile

This statement was originally published by misa.org on July 19, 2016. Lesotho Times newspaper reporter Keiso Mohloboli fled Lesotho on July 18, 2016, to the...
Lesotho 

Lesotho Times Editor Shot by Unknown Assailants

This statement was originally published on misa.org on July 12, 2016. The Lesotho Times newspaper editor Lloyd Mutangamiri was shot on Saturday, July 9, at...