The African Union peer review mechanism -APRM is holding a two day training for media practitioners to sesitize them about the work of the peer review mechanism.

The African Union peer review mechanism -APRM is holding a two day training for media practitioners to sesitize them about the work of the peer review mechanism.

The minister of communications, science and technology Mr Tsuinyane Rapapa on behalf of the minister of foreign affairs and international relations said, the training came at the right time when the country is celebrating a lot of milestones such as the inaction of the media law, cyber security law and many others.

Rapapa pointed out that Lesotho is commited to supporting the APRM by mobilising its resouces.

On the other hand, Misa-Lesotho National director Mr Lekhetho Ntsukunyane thanked the APRM for training Lesotho media practitioners on its operations while APRM’s Adv. Batlokoa Makong said the initiative was a true indicator that the country is truely committed to democracy.

APRM aims to improve governance dynamics at local, national and continental levels

The training ends tomorrow.

 

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