Internet censorship has been measured in Zimbabwe all along (since 2016) and OONI data hadn’t shown any signs of internet censorship, until a tweet caught our attention.
The sharp rise in technology-related violence against women and its normalisation has made the use of the internet a gendered issue.
The internet has exploded and may, in the few hours remaining before the poll on Monday, decide who takes the jackpot. Zimbabwe is going into a make-or-break election to choose its next president, 210 legislators, and nearly 2,000 local government officials all in one day — July 30, 2018. The jackpot is obviously the presidency, […]
There is more to ‘fake news’ than just lies. Sometimes fake news is dissent presented in a totally different style, by a not so ‘credible’ individual whose unpopular opinion, goes against the norm or is offensive to the status quo.
The membership of the African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX) and other African internet governance stakeholders attending the Sixth African Internet Governance Forum (AfIGF) has called for the prioritisation of digital rights of all citizens across the continent.
Since it began, the forum [Internet Freedom Forum] has pointed out, and addressed many issues affecting internet users in Africa. With the aid of experts, the forum addressed issues of internet shutdown, cyber-crime laws, fake news, among others.
This article originally appeared on DW Akademie’s website. You can read the post here
The HIGH COURT’S decision to grant Kwese TV satellite television services rights in Zimbabwe has been hailed, by media practitioners.
Another serious call to the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) to licence community radio initiatives was made at a community meeting held in Kariba recently, hosted by Patsaka Nyaminyami Community Radio Initiative and facilitated by Misa Zimbabwe (Koliwe Nyoni)
Voice of America’s, Studio 7 isiNdebele edition of the failure of Zimbabwe’s Media Information and Broadcasting Services Minister, Christopher Mushowe’s failure to attend a Parliamentary Portfolio Committee meeting in Harare on 15 June 2017.
As the 2018 watershed elections loom in the country, public broadcaster Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) which enjoys monopoly
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