As the United Nations Group of Experts implicated Rwanda and later on Uganda, the world especially the Western world reacted with tough actions suspending aid to the tiny Central African […]
By Fiona Lloyd-Davies, for the Pulitzer Center, 13 May 2013 — At the top of a mountain, deep in the rock face, men are mining for cassiterite with the most […]
Is the arrest of long-wanted warlord General Bosco Ntaganda a beacon of hope for the Democratic Republic of Congo? RNW blogger in Rwanda thinks not. Source: RNW Africa Desk, 14 […]
Congolese-Australian journalist Eric Mwamba went on a search to find the secret behind the riches of the Congolese elite. Many of his witnesses prefered staying anonymous for fear of their […]
SMALL GRANT FINALISTS 2013 Stanley Kwenda Zimbabwe Rosemary Nwaebuni Nigeria Sarah Mawarere Uganda Eudias […]
It was seven days before Christmas eve, the period in which Christians all over the world are busy with shopping and planning for the celebration of the birth of Jesus […]
Munyonyo, Kampala, 25 Nov – President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday closed the 5th Extraordinary Summit of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) which took place at Speke […]
Uganda and Rwanda continue to meddle in the Democratic Republic of Congo civil war despite aid sanctions and appeals from the International community, a new United Nations investigation has revealed.
Investigative journalism distinguishes itself from regular journalism by its depth and by a rigorous research process that never merely describes issues or events, but seeks to better serve the public […]
FAIR will host a southern Africa regional conference on “Investigating Extractive Industries” during 13-15 August 2012 in Lusaka, Zambia.
1. It’s used by almost everybody — in mobile phones, electric cars and a wide array of consumer electronic devices; it is in optical and medical equipment. As new technologies […]