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11/17/2017 11:38 AM | #GIJC: Africa's Global Investigative Lessons
African investigative journalists face a slew of challenges, with physical danger topping the list.

11/17/2017 11:34 AM | #GIJC: The basics of web scraping for investigative journalists
Web scraping is a useful technique to assist investigative journalists to uncover truths and improve the overall quality of reporting.

11/17/2017 07:15 AM | #GIJC: The ABCs of hard-hitting journalism
Persistence is the most crucial quality to investigative journalism according to investigative journalist for The Washington Post and academic, Cheryl W. Thompson.

11/17/2017 07:11 AM | The ANC has always supported the corrupt regime of Mugabe
The ANC has always treated Mugabe as the best thing that ever happened to Southern Africa and Zuma has often sought the council of Mugabe on how to steal from the treasury and how to surpress the people.

11/17/2017 07:00 AM | Development in Kenya have citizens hopeful
The partnership between Kenya and the US to provide subsidized rates of power connection enabled the residents to have safe, legal and reliable connections. The move has reduced the high levels of fire brake outs being reported in the slam.

11/17/2017 06:58 AM | #GIJC: Information laws critical to journalism
Access to information laws has become a crucial tool for journalists all over the world because it helps them expose any wrongdoing by public and private entities across the world. But getting the information under those laws can be a slow process.

11/17/2017 06:54 AM | How will you pay for your studies?
Want to study, but you can't afford it? Here is some help, and some common sense.

11/17/2017 06:48 AM | #GJIC: Carlos Cardoso memorial lecture celebrates press freedom
Media freedom continues to play critical role in a thriving democracy. This was the central message of this year’s Carlos Cardoso memorial lecture held at the 2017 Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg last night.

11/17/2017 06:42 AM | Are we doomed to repeat history?
Marie Antoinette was Austrian, but she became Queen of France after she married King Louis XVI in 1770. Grace Marufu was born in Benoni, but she became Zimbabwe's First Lady after she married President Robert Mugabe in 1996.

11/17/2017 06:41 AM | The implications of re-instating Mugabe
Zimbabwe's army generals should not allow any intervention by SADC that would give the leadership back to Robert Mugabe.

11/16/2017 05:30 AM | Open letter on the media
The media is as guilty, if not more, than these opportunistic politicians, of sowing racial division among South Africans.

11/16/2017 05:28 AM | Zimbabwe: The politics of succession
Fifteen years from now, students of economic history, political science, and sociology will look back at this time and ask why the various disgruntled Zimbabwean leaders could not find common ground to defeat this crisis.

11/16/2017 05:27 AM | A message to SARU...
Certainly a projection of the economic and political (and crime, indeed) situation in South Africa leading up to 2023 must have weighed heavily on the minds of Beaumont and World Rugby when arriving at their decision.

11/16/2017 05:26 AM | Discipline in Zim to be lauded
I think we should salute these sons and daughters of Zimbabwe for displaying such a high level of discipline in the takeover.

11/15/2017 08:23 AM | A letter to my late father
Thank you for being a good, hard working human being who encouraged me to be the best person I can be and to do the best I can in everything I wish to achieve.

11/15/2017 08:22 AM | Free education is no use if there are no jobs
It would make sense to first stimulate the economy and thereby create a demand for jobs.

11/15/2017 08:20 AM | NDZ nothing but a Gupta project
NDZ has no capacity to end poverty and the high unemployment rate prevailing in the country.

11/15/2017 08:19 AM | Robert Mugabe: Africa's original state capturer
Zimbabwe’s dictator Robert Mugabe a liability that Africa can not afford to carry for another second.

11/15/2017 08:16 AM | SA/Aussie girl on a mission to every country in the world
Having seen so much of the world already South Africa is not alone when it comes to economic and racial issues.

11/14/2017 07:05 AM | Forget about the government
Forget about the dream that we are all equal before the law. We will have a president that has served 2 full terms while facing 783 charges of fraud and corruption.