From the embattled streets of Ukraine or Egypt to the voter lines at elections in South Africa, fact-checking matters. Africa Check’s director Peter Cunliffe-Jones on a London summit of fact-checking organisations.
The provision of housing in South Africa was described as one of the country’s biggest challenges in 1994. But what is the situation now? This Africa Check guide looks at the housing situation in South Africa
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.
As a journalist your credibility is your most important asset. Credibility and accuracy in reporting go hand-in-hand. In this guide we look at practical steps you can take to ensure you get it right the first time.
Time to look back at some of the reports we published this year as we sifted fact from fiction, debunked urban myths, exposed dodgy data, investigated promises and claims by politicians and presidents and highlighted factual inaccuracies in media reports.
Checking the accuracy of a blog post, article or feature piece can be tedious. But credibility is the most important important thing any writer has, writes media commentator and Grubstreet.co.za editor Gill Moodie. Here are her ten top tips for checking accuracy.