Fake news sites can look very convincing. Here are two tools as well as tips to help you check the credibility of a website.
This step-by-step guide explains how to do a reverse image search to check whether the photo you saw on social media is the real thing.
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.
Black participation in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange continues to be the topic of heated debate in South Africa. This guide explains the different estimates and the methodologies used to arrive at them.
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.
The massive movements of people, fueled by the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis, has put migration at the top of the global human rights agenda. This guide looks at how migration, migrants and refugees are defined in South Africa.
Scientific research is conducted by experts, but they may have agendas of their own. How can journalists and the public tell whether they’re peddling rubbish science?
Print our useful fact-checking flow-chart and stick it up where you can quickly refer to it when a deadline is pressing.
Do you get confused by statistical terms like confidence intervals, causation and absolute percentage increases? Read this guide for a breakdown of common statistical errors.