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The Tanzania chapter of the Media Institute of Southern Africa   defends and promotes media freedom, freedom of expression and access to information in Zimbabwe.

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MISA mourns the death of six Tanzanian journalists

MISA mourns the death of six Tanzanian journalists

The MISA Regional Secretariat has learnt with great shock and sadness of the death of six journalists in Tanzania in a tragic traffic accident. A total of 14 people, including the six journalists, perished in the accident in Mwanza, about 680km northwest of the...

Awareness seminar on Media Legal policy

Awareness seminar on Media Legal policy

The seminar was conducted in Morogoro region to facilitate journalists, Human rights defenders and Civil Society Organizations in maintaining professionalism and objectivity as well as carrying out the practical suggestions in how to navigate the pitfalls in the legal...

Journalists training on reporting diseases outbreak

Journalists training on reporting diseases outbreak

When journalists tell a story on a disease outbreak they can have profound consequences, thus a training was administered to journalists from various regions in Tanzania on reporting diseases outbreak: A special focus on COVID 19 Pandemic . The training was conducted...

5th – 9th July ToT Training

5th – 9th July ToT Training

On 5th -9th July 2021, a five days ToT training was administered to journalists and media stakeholders on issues of situational awareness, planning, digital security, first aid, media ethics, natural disasters and gender and safety of journalists. The sessions were to...

Dossier

In 1991, African journalists issued a historic call for press freedom.

30 years later, media professionals and others weigh in on the state of Africa’s press. Read their thoughts and join the conversation at #WHK30