Frequently asked questions about South Africa’s sexual offences courts

More than 50,000 sexual offences were recorded in South Africa in 2017/18. It’s been five years since the release of a government report on the reestablishment of sexual offences courts to deal with them. At the start of the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children Campaign, we take a closer look.

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GUIDE: How to cite Africa Check’s research

Africa Check works hard to get the facts out there, so we want others to share our research far and wide. Here’s how to republish our reports, guides and factsheets.

GUIDE: How to spot predatory academic journals in the wild

Supposed scientific articles published in questionable academic journals can easily dupe researchers – and seriously erode the body of science. Here’s how to avoid such junk from polluting your research.

GUIDE: How to stop falling for fake news

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.

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