Much of the economic activity in South Africa’s townships is informal, so it’s difficult to know if their contribution to the total economy is R100 billion – or some other figure. Researched by Markus Korhonen
Promise Tracker Did they keep their word?
This year’s International Fact-Checking Network conference, held in Rome in late June, explored trends in misinformation, perception, technology and fakery in media and public debate across the world.
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- Jacob Zuma
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RT @gijnAfrica: Have you published or broadcast a report in the past 11 months exposing as misleading or wrong a claim on an important topi…07:44, Friday 20 Jul
African Fact-checking Awards 2018
Entries are now open! Working and student journalists are encouraged to apply. Plus, this year we’re taking votes on the most striking fact of the year.