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Working towards universal internet access and digital equality in South Africa

30 September 2019, 12:00 PM

“All South Africans – and especially those who cannot afford it and other vulnerable groups – need a daily first tranche of free internet access to exercise their basic human rights such as access to government services, participating in the digital economy, looking for jobs, online communication and for learners and students to access online educational resources.  This is the only way to achieve universal access to information and digital equality amongst our citizens, including the rural poor who have access to mobile phones.”

MMA calls on journalists to fight attempts to undermine credibility

22 September 2019, 9:12 AM

Director of Media Monitoring Africa, William Bird, has called on journalists to fight any attempts to undermine their credibility.

MMA says people should guard against fake news

5 September 2019, 1:50 PM

Media Monitoring Africa has reiterated a call for people to verify information or video footage before sharing them on social media platforms.

‘SABC has made strides in its bid to push for unbiased reporting’

14 August 2019, 5:50 AM

The SABC has made strides in its bid to push for unbiased and ethical reporting.

SABC CFO Yolande van Biljon

Ramaphosa urged to spell out solutions to SABC financial crisis

18 June 2019, 10:00 AM

Media Monitoring Africa has urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to spell out solutions to the financial crisis faced by the SABC, as he prepares for Thursday’s State of the Nation Address.



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