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Journos need support: Mwonzora

Mwonzora engaged media practitioners at Morgan Richard Tsvangirai House in Harare where he said hate speech was the main trigger of violence during elections.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko May. 30, 2023

US revokes visas after Museveni signs tough anti-gay Bill into law

Lawmaker Asuman Basalirwa addressing journalists in Kampala said “Anita Among is the first victim” of likely sanctions.
By The East African May. 29, 2023

First Lady bars private media, again

This came after Auxillia chased away private media journalists who wanted to cover her tour of the Museum of African Liberation in Harare yesterday.
By Problem Masau Apr. 25, 2023

Media groups petition Parly over cyber bullying

“Journalists have been at the hand of attacks by one Tinoedza Zvimwe, whom the media has reported being a high-ranking government official, Mr George Charamba,” the petition partly read.
By Vanessa Gonye Apr. 7, 2023

Police, media meet ahead of polls

National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the meeting.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Apr. 4, 2023

Al Jazeera is showing them flames

We had Joji acting like a bull in a china shop threatening journalists who cover the embarrassing revelations by Al Jazeera with imprisonment.
By Doctor Stop It Apr. 2, 2023

Gold Mafia: Charamba threats uncalled for

Instead of seeking to throw his weight around and illegally threatening journalists, Charamba should have just expressed his personal opinion plainly and maybe indicate intent to sue Al Jazeera.
By The Standard Apr. 2, 2023

SA protests: TV crew attacked in Cape Town

The crew was filming visuals of the protests when two men allegedly approached their vehicle and hit the car with an object.
By Bbc News Mar. 20, 2023

Twitter can’t protect you from trolls any more, insiders say

Twitter insiders have told the BBC that the company is no longer able to protect users from trolling, state-co-ordinated disinformation and child sexual exploitation.
By Bbc News Mar. 6, 2023