AIJC2023 Conference News
We have allocated all the Fellowships we have to attend AIJC2023, and sadly we had many more applications than spaces. If you have not heard from us, we have not been able to accommodate you this year.
The Investigative Journalism Masterclass will immerse you in the world of cutting-edge investigative journalism techniques.
Our special early bird offer expires on October 6 and will save you R750! This is your golden ticket to an event that’s set to redefine investigative journalism across the African continent.
News from the 2022 conference
AIJC Student Newsroom
By Nonjabulo Ngema The basic function of the police in any society is to protect and serve the communities they are embedded in. This should be through thorough investigations of criminal conduct as well as preventative community safety measures. But sometimes the...
By: Ashley Khoza “We believe in the power of data to help us to understand the world around us and improve it”, said Tegan Bedser, project manager at Media Hack Collective, referring to how data journalism can help bring about additional colour in journalism. “We...
By: Excel Fongoma With social media amplifying the opinions of different people online, things can quickly snowball into bullying. As journalism increasingly evolves to exist online, many journalists, specifically women, find themselves being ‘dragged’ and...