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REVISIT 2020

October 2020

Africa’s premier investigative
journalism
conference goes virtual.

Join the continent’s best for 25+ sessions of great stories, new tools and techniques, networking and master classes.

AIJC is organised by the Journalism Department of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa’s biggest annual gathering of working journalists, it is an opportunity to share great African work, learn new skills, hear how it is done and share experiences.

Free Sessions

Conference Material

The best of African Investigative Reporting

News

Editor’s Pick: Best Investigative Journalism in Sub-Saharan Africa 2020

Editor’s Pick: Best Investigative Journalism in Sub-Saharan Africa 2020

By Benon Herbert Oluka At the best of times, doing investigative journalism in sub-Saharan Africa is fraught with challenges. With the outbreak of COVID-19, the environment for undertaking investigative reporting in the region became even more difficult. Still, journalists across the continent continue to find innovative ways to serve their audiences, consistently churning out a ...
“We don’t need competition on a continent like ours”

“We don’t need competition on a continent like ours”

Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) is an international association of journalism organisations that provides tools, resources and training to investigative and data journalists worldwide. The organisation has grown quickly the over last years as investigative journalists have increasingly seen the value of sharing knowledge, collaborating and networking across the globe. The last Global Investigative Journalism Conference ...
Female investigative journalists struggle to break through

Female investigative journalists struggle to break through

While the days of women being excluded from male dominated spaces owing to their gender are long gone, female investigative journalists continue to grapple with gender dynamics and discrimination. They struggle to find acceptance and acknowledgement. These were sentiments of Sandrine Sawadoga, one of Africa’s leading female investigative journalists and one of the speakers featured ...

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