South Africa is notorious for its levels of rape. But the true extent of the problem is unknown. This guide looks at the limited data available.
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.
The South African Constitution stipulates that the public and media has the right of access to information. Here is what you need to know about your right to know – an extract from “A Practical Guide to Media Law” by Dario Milo and Pamela Stein.
The Internet is awash with fakers. Re-publishing or re-posting their online content hurts the credibility of those who fail to ask the right questions. This guide provides tips on verifying content found online – a helping hand in spotting the fakes and hoaxes first.