Police Interrogates Private Station Presenter.

Media Alert 10 March 2017 Ts’enolo FM, a private radio station in Lesotho, had its political programs radio presenter, Rets’epile Maloi, brought in for questioning by a panel of four officers from Lesotho Mounted Police Service right after his morning program yesterday on the 9th March 2017. The questioning that took more than 2 hoursContinue reading Police Interrogates Private Station Presenter.

Media ordered out of Parliament Press Gallery in Lesotho

Media Alert   1st March, 2017 With the parliament of Lesotho starts deliberation on a motion of no confidence in the Government of Lesotho this afternoon, the media has been moved out from the press gallery. According to journalists at the parliament, a police officer ordered them to the public gallery arguing that media accreditationContinue reading Media ordered out of Parliament Press Gallery in Lesotho

Press release!

For immediate release Date: 19th January, 2017 Media Institute of Southern Africa, Lesotho Chapter (MISA Lesotho) will hold a training workshop on Investigative journalism with amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism. The workshop will be held on Friday the 20th January 2017, from 0900hrs-1600hrs at MISA Lesotho premises, Happyvilla, House 1b, Maseru. The training will beContinue reading Press release!

No to closure of Facebook, Twitter or any other social media platform in Lesotho.

  MISA Lesotho Statement on the Closure of Facebook and Twitter in Lesotho Date                 :           15th November 2016 Condition         :           For Immediate Release No to closure of Facebook, Twitter or any other social media platform Media Institute of Southern Africa Lesotho Chapter (MISA Lesotho) has learned with great concern of the Lesotho Communications AuthorityContinue reading No to closure of Facebook, Twitter or any other social media platform in Lesotho.