THE 18TH AFRICAN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE (AIJC2022) | 24-26 OCTOBER 2022

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THE 18TH AFRICAN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE (AIJC2022) | 24-26 OCTOBER 2022

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THE 18TH AFRICAN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE (AIJC2022) | 24-26 OCTOBER 2022

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THE 18TH AFRICAN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE (AIJC2022) | 24-26 OCTOBER 2022

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REVISIT 2021

October 2021

Africa’s premier
investigative journalism
conference returns with a bang

We are planning a gala return to a full in-person conference, a three-day showcase of great work, training and networking. This year’s gathering in Johannesburg will be bigger and better than ever before, an opportunity to see great African journalism, learn cutting edge skills, make contacts from across the world, and share experiences.

AIJC is organised by the Centre for Journalism at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

VIDEO RECORDINGS

The best of African Investigative Reporting

Investigative Journalism Hubs

An interactive map of investigative journalism activity in sub-Saharan Africa.

News

‘As African investigative journalists we to strengthen our local networks and work together, collaboratively.’

By Sandrine Sawadogo What is the status of collaborative journalism in Africa? What has been achieved and who are the actors? These questions are worth asking in light of the success stories of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). In just a few years, their projects have gone around the world and have positively… ...

‘Journalists need to be resilient and go the extra mile when telling stories of conflict’

By Uchenna Igwe Abuja – Conflict journalist in Abuja, Nigeria, emphasised the need for collaborations between media houses, government authorities and other stakeholders, to achieve a bigger impact when reporting on conflict-related stories in the country.   Speaking during a panel on investigating humanitarian and conflict issues during the 17th African Investigative Journalism Conference 2021,… ...

Can evidence unearthed by investigative journalists in Africa lead to prosecutions?

By Farai Shawn Matiashe Johannesburg- Multinational companies are the biggest perpetrators of corruption in Africa yet their crimes are sophisticated, posing a challenge for both journalists and prosecutors to come up with overwhelming evidence which can stand in courts. “Corporate crime is complicated. The chain of evidence has to be thorough, otherwise it can be… ...

Carlos Cardoso Memorial Lecture 2021

Delivered by Vanessa Tsehaye.

The 2021 media freedom lecture focused on Eritrea, which has one of the highest levels in the world of imprisoned journalists. Vanessa Behre is an Eritrean lawyer based in London who runs a campaign to free journalists from prison.

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