Africa Check exists to promote accuracy in public debate and the media. Our reports are available for other media to republish and our researchers are happy to discuss our findings in print and on air. See below examples of how the media use our reports.

KTN News Kenya: Fact Check: Nairobi development plans

Africa Check’s Kenyan editor Alphonce Shiundu appeared on the KTN News show #CheckPoint for the weekly fact-check feature and the focus was on Nairobi’s development plans with Yvonne Okwara-Matole. Watch it here  

Standard Media: Fake news by bloggers could mess Kenya’s 2017 elections

Standard Media published an article on their website by Patrick Mayoyo that discusses Kenya’s 2017 elections and how fake news could cause confusion, our Kenyan editor Alphonce Shiundu was quoted giving advice on how the government and the public could deal with this issue. Read it here

IOL: Better, smarter ways to describe shock

Independent Online published an opinion piece by Stuart Hess who mentioned and made use of data provided by Africa Check to strengthen his views. Read it here

Biz Community: Safrea unravels the fake news phenomenon

Biz Community Media News published an article by Editor-In-Chief Leigh Andrews that covers the topic of unravelling fake news, the article refers to and provides a link to Africa Check’s Guide: How to stop falling for fake news. Read it here

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