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Opinion: Little has changed 43 years on, as South African media commemorate Black Wednesday

Opinion: Little has changed 43 years on, as South African media commemorate Black Wednesday

By Reggy Moalusi The recent harassment of South African reporter Nobesuthu Hejana by members of the Economic Freedom Fighters while covering a story was a ...
Fighting corruption on university campuses: Investigative journalists reveal it all

Fighting corruption on university campuses: Investigative journalists reveal it all

By Megan Valère Sossou While many people work hard and even go the extra mile to achieve academic qualifications, there are those who prefer dishonest ...
How investigative journalists exposed Covid-19 corrupt shenanigans

How investigative journalists exposed Covid-19 corrupt shenanigans

By Reggy Moalusi Millions of dollars raised to help fight and alleviate the Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria could not be accounted for when investigative journalists ...
Digital security, a pre-requisite for investigative journalists

Digital security, a pre-requisite for investigative journalists

By Tendai Gukutikwa Fact-Finding, while undercover or in the open in a world where online censorship and surveillance has become the order of the day ...
African environmental journalists share new techniques for tracking wildlife trafficking and conservation reporting

African environmental journalists share new techniques for tracking wildlife trafficking and conservation reporting

By Francis Annagu  Wildlife trafficking in (Southern) Africa has become an increasingly prevalent activity and with a sharp rise in the loss of wildlife population, ...
AIJC Convener urges investigative journalists to empower themselves with tools that improve the quality of their work

AIJC Convener urges investigative journalists to empower themselves with tools that improve the quality of their work

By Elfredah Kevin-Alerechi Often investigative journalists risk their lives to expose the truth in important stories that involve corrupt practices in the public or private ...
Wading through the storm: A challenge for female investigative journalists

Wading through the storm: A challenge for female investigative journalists

By Temitope Bademosi Working in a male-dominated space is challenging for women journalists and even more for those whose work focuses on uncovering societal ills ...
African media organisations implored to develop sustainable business models

African media organisations implored to develop sustainable business models

By Wole Elegbede  The virtual edition of the African Investigative Journalism Conference (AIJC2020) entered its third day on Thursday, 08 October, with a call on ...
Slave trade is still an undeniable reality in Africa

Slave trade is still an undeniable reality in Africa

By Daniel Nzohabonimana Human trafficking continues to be a social ill that plagues societies in the 21st century and victims of this modern day form ...
“You have a duty to expose the truth,” journalists urged as AIJC2020 kicks off

“You have a duty to expose the truth,” journalists urged as AIJC2020 kicks off

By Opeyemi Kehinde The maiden virtual edition of the African Investigative Journalism Conference (AIJC2020) kicked off on Tuesday, 06 October, with panelists calling on journalists ...
How to join and watch all #AIJC2020 live sessions

How to join and watch all #AIJC2020 live sessions

After you’ve registered on Quicket for #AIJC2020, please download the Whova App. The organising team will add you to AIJC’s platform on Whova within 24 ...
Investigating the Police: Reporting Tips & Tools

Investigating the Police: Reporting Tips & Tools

Police forces are supposed to uphold the law and protect citizens from violence. However, all too often the police themselves are corrupt and violent, even ...
Packed training programme at AIJC2020

Packed training programme at AIJC2020

The 2020 virtual edition of the annual African Investigative Journalism Conference will provide training opportunities conducted by world renowned trainers and investigative journalism institutions and African experts, ...
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Our official conference app is now available and ready to be downloaded! See the programme, network, and more, all on the app!  ...

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