A South African minister’s claim that the national airline spends just 2% on black-owned companies caused a stir. This report presents the facts. Researched by Africa Check
The hardest part of fact-checking is finding sources of reliable data. Search below for links to data sources we have used in our research.
In South Africa, fake news websites are mushrooming. How do you recognise a fake news story and what can you do to stop these websites? Anim van Wyk provides some tips.
In celebration of Africa Day, we answered 5 questions people frequently put to Google about the continent.
- Jacob Zuma
- Democratic Alliance
- sexual violence
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- South Africa
- World Health Organisation
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.