Publicly available databases are useful in cultivating story ideas and sources.
State capture leaves many affected and powerless when basic necessities are unavailable, says Kenyan journalist Johan-Allan Namu.
The United Nations Development Programme has just released this year’s Human Development Index and your editor wants the story and data within an hour. What do you do?
The Mauritian leaks discussion spoke on the importance of correct research.
Humanising data is at the core of good investigative journalism. (more…)
The challenges reporters face are varied and ongoing.
Young people globally are calling on corporations and the government to take stronger action against climate change.
“This will open a lot of doors and at the same time generate pressure but we are ready and Sho Madjozi and I have been working hard to make sure we have more music on the way.”
Collectors Treasury is more than just a vessel for millions of books, it’s a time capsule of the stories that make Johannesburg. (more…)
“We are not saying we should have passed but it is unusual for all nine of us to fail” (more…)
“Our performance has consistently improved in many of the rankings over the last few years.”
What if black tax is not as easy to define as conversations around its role suggest?