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April 12, 2024
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MISA HOLDS MISINFORMATION DIALOGUE 

Maseru, July 13 — Women from different spheres attended a one-day forum on opening dialogue for civil society, private sector and the public sector regarding misinformation, disinformation, hate speech and fake news.

These factors are enemies of freedom of expression, media freedom and the citizens’ right to privacy, MISA Lesotho Managing Director, Mr. Lekhetho Makhanya Ntsukunyane said this when addressing participants at the forum in Maseru on Thursday. . .

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