GIJN Africa: Newsletters and Social Media
The GIJN Africa Bulletin is back on our newsletter stable after a brief hiatus. Published in English, it is free and distributed to journalists across Africa and around the world. Click here to subscribe.
We also offer regular social media feeds each day on our Facebook and Twitter platforms, through which you can get to know all the news stories, tips and tools, and other opportunities for investigative and data journalists in sub-Saharan Africa.
Here are past issues of the GIJN Africa Bulletin, starting with the latest edition:
January 13, 2021: Top African Stories 2021, New Africa Members, Translations, Safety.
November 23, 2021: Watch GIJC21 & AIJC2021, Support IJ in Africa, Global Opportunities.
October 11, 2021: #AIJC2021 Kicks Off, Africa’s Pandora Papers, Story Pitching.
September 1, 2021: Africa’s Investigative Buzz, Scholarships, Data Journalism.
August 4, 2021: AIJC Call for Ideas, New Reporting Guides, RTI Gains.
July 7, 2021: GIJC Fellowships, Investigative Jobs, Media Innovation.
May 12, 2021: Investigative Africa, Windhoek +30, How GIJN Can Help.
April 14, 2021: AIJC Seeks Partners, e-books, Distribution Tips.
March 03, 2021: Investigating Africa, Global Opportunities, New Africa Stories.
February 03, 2021: IJ Centers to Watch, GIJN’s Africa Members, Internet Shutdowns.
January 08, 2021: Top Stories of 2020, African IJ in ’21, New Resources.
December 02, 2020: African Languages, Investigative Impact, Resources for 2021.
November 04, 2020: New Africa Member, Top Sessions at #AIJC2020, Africa Outreach.
October 19, 2020: Media Survival, #AIJC2020 Highlights, Podcast Revolution.
September 23, 2020: GIJN Africa, FinCEN Files, AIJC2020, Africa’s Best Journalism.
August 27, 2020: African IJ Calendar, New Initiatives, Top Guides for Africa.
July 21, 2020: African IJ Conference, Open Source Digging, Tips & Tools.
June 10, 2020: Investigative Tools, Jobs & Grants, Next for gijnAfrica.
May 13, 2020: Africa COVID-19 Webinar, Tips & Tools, Grants & Awards.
April 15, 2020: Africa Landing Page, Translations, Journalism Funding in Africa.
To read past issues of our global bulletin, go to the main newsletter section.