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Julian Rademeyer Police minister’s speech a glass half full

By Julian Rademeyer

The recent budget vote speech by South Africa’s police minister, Nathi Mthethwa, left out the bad news and relied on questionable statistics, writes Julian Rademeyer.

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Peter Cunliffe-Jones “There are no ‘facts’ in Africa”

By Peter Cunliffe-Jones

When I told people about this project, a lot were sceptical whether fact-checking could be carried out in Africa. Data is definitely harder to get hold of than in some places and it will be a challenge, I am sure, But it will good to prove them wrong.

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