The struggle for media law reforms in Zambia

by Patrick Matibini

Publisher: Media Institute of Southern Africa-Zambia Chapter in Lusaka

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementPatrick Matibini.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 177 p. ;
Number of Pages177
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Open LibraryOL16428450M
ISBN 109982880020
LC Control Number2008346107
OCLC/WorldCa184843581

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This has meant that forFile Size: KB. the media in their contribution to greater public finance transparency and accountability. Thirdly, the paper outlines the normative roles that the media can play in Zambia.

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It is a giant step towards the media law reforms that helps in providing freedom of the media.” Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) Media market.

ZNBC is leading in control of the media market in Zambia, together with the two newspapers belonging to the State and The Post. MISA Zambia is questioning the PF government over its delay in enacting the Access to Information (ATI) law and honouring its promises on comprehensive reforms.

Nalumino Nalumino, the acting chairperson of the body, has also expressed concern on the delay by the PF government in undertaking comprehensive media law reforms that were promised by.

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