Africa’s most populous country holds general elections in February 2023. We've spotted 10 types of false information.
Breaking the cycle of online sexual abuse: Why fact-checkers won’t touch leaked intimate images and why you shouldn't either
Verifying intimate photos or videos of public figures is problematic for a number of reasons. Here’s why and what you can do instead.
Despite the hype around artificial intelligence, the bigger threat in Africa remains “cheap fakes” and other forms of information deception.
A cloudy outlook? What we are learning about election disinformation in Africa and what you can do about it
As nearly a dozen countries prepare to hold presidential elections, the spread of disinformation is inflaming Africa's political landscape.
#NigeriaDecides2023: Eight types of disinformation to watch out for on election day and how to debunk them
On 25 February 2023 Nigerians will elect a new president. We look at what to expect, as disinformation has been a part of the campaigns.
Fact-checkers aren’t seeing anywhere near the volume of false information about Covid-19 as we did in the heyday of the pandemic.
Ahead of major #NigeriaDecides2023 elections, country’s fact-checkers write open letter to politicians
As the election campaigns officially start in Nigeria, a coalition of its fact-checkers is asking politicians to reject misinformation and p