As Malawi celebrates World Press Freedom, Media Institute of Southern Africa—Misa Malawi Chapter, has vowed to engage all relevant stakeholders in creating conducive environment for media practitioners.
Misa-Malawi Chairperson Tereza Ndanga has told Newsline in an interview that among others, this year's commemorations will create interactive sessions between the media and stakeholders.
Ndanga said among activities on the agenda involve training journalists on how to write in-depth stories and awarding journalists whose stories have made an impact in the country.
However, Ndanga bemoaned the delay by government to implement the Access to Information Act.
This year's Press Freedom Day is being commemorated in Blantyre under the theme: Media Justice and the Rule of Law.
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