ANCIR strengthens African investigative journalism by improving the expertise, sustainability and production capacity in muckraking newsrooms.
Mail & Guardian
The Mail & Guardian is South Africa's oldest quality news source on the web and Africa's first online newspaper, offering breaking news, and is reputed internationally for its quality content.
Oxpeckers is Africa’s first journalistic investigation unit focusing on environmental issues.
Our Vision is to be a world class media company that earns public trust. Our mission is to disseminate credible information for the good of all stakeholders.
Sahara Reporters is an outstanding, groundbreaking website that encourages citizen journalists to report ongoing corruption and government malfeasance in Africa.
Decoding the numbers that shape our world. Citizens need accurate information to make decisions. PesaCheck is a fact-checking initiative to verify often confusing numbers quoted by public figures across East Africa, supported by International Budget Partnership and Code for Africa affiliates in Kenya, Tanzania & Uganda.
We are a group of activists that use research and strategic litigation to campaign for justice and equality in poor and working class communities. We contribute to building a movement in South Africa by supporting new organisations, mentoring young leaders and teaching activists.
Code for South Africa
Code for South Africa is a non-profit civic technology lab. We use data and technology to promote informed decision-making that drives social change. Our base of operations is Codebridge in Cape Town where we are helping to create a civic technology movement.
Carte Blanche is a South African investigative journalism television series that airs on M-Net during prime time viewing on Sunday nights, currently at 19:00.