South African Awards Showcase Impressive Investigations

Screen Shot 2014-04-15 at 4.05.24 PM

Despite a tough environment for investigative reporting, South Africa's muckrakers are turning out some of the world's best journalism year after year. Here are the finalists and winner of the just announced Taco Kuiper Awards, that country's highest prize for investigative journalism. In the awards presentation, Wits University Journalism Professor Anton Harber talked about the extraordinary range of reports submitted, from corrupt officials and crooks to rhino horn smuggling, bad doctors, botched circumcisions, and lion hunting. Continue Reading →

GIJN Welcomes New Members from Argentina, Korea, S. Africa

NewMembers

GIJN is proud to welcome eight new members to the Global Investigative Journalism Network. The group includes respected journalism organizations in Argentina, Korea and South Africa, nonprofits focused on environmental and hate speech issues, and a start-up in France determined to spread investigative reporting across the Francophone world. This brings GIJN’s membership to 98 organizations in 44 countries. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to GIJN’s new members. Continue Reading →