During its 2014 election campaign, the African National Congress promised to enrol a record number of students in TVET colleges. Five years later we check if they kept their word. Researched by Naphtali Khumalo & Kate Wilkinson
Promise Tracker Did they keep their word?
We’re said to live in a post-fact world, where there are no longer any gatekeepers of truth. But it’s more a world of openly free-flowing fact and fiction, sorted by new and more transparent gatekeepers – the fact-checkers.
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African Fact-checking Awards 2018
Thank you for entering our awards. The winners and runners-up have been announced at a ceremony in Johannesburg, South Africa.