Many South African journalists think they are the torchbearers for investigative journalism and plucky reporting in Africa, but there is a lot of courageous, excellent investigative work going on in other African countries too. Continue reading Brave journalism on the continent
A fish, they say, starts to rot from the head. It’s the same in the world of newshounds. When there are bad smells at the top echelons of a media house, you can expect the contamination to spread to the whole entity. Just as nobody wants to get poisoned by festering fish, no one wants to be a victim of corrupted journalism.