Emphasising the importance of a healthy breakfast, a margarine brand claimed that one in five South African children doesn’t eat one. Researched by Ina Skosana
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Poor work ethic as a distinctive feature of Botswana is challenged by the data.
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African Fact-Checking Awards 2017
The African Fact-Checking Awards, now in their 4th edition, are the only awards on the continent set up to honour the best, non-partisan fact-checking journalism by working and student journalists on the continent.