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Wednesday, October 31 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Extracting truth from the extractive industry

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This session will elucidate the ways – initiatives, data sources and methods - journalists have been using extractive industries data across the continent in investigations,  and discuss the challenges journalists face in doing so and offer some solutions.

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Lucas Ledwaba

Journalist, Mukurukuru Media, South Africa
Lucas Ledwaba is the editor of Mukurukuru Media. He writes on land, mining, social and human rights issues. His work has appeared in the Mail & Guardian, City Press, Business Day, Good Governance Africa, Scottish Heritage Magazine and numerous other publications.He is also the author... Read More →
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Gemma Parellada

Correspondent, El Pais, CNN Español
An award-winning Africa correspondent for El Pais and CNN Español based in Abidjan, Gemma is the longest-serving Spanish correspondent on the continent. She has specialised in the deadliest conflict in the world - in the -Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Great Lakes... Read More →
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Ryan Powell

Media development Associate, Natural Resource Governance Institute, Dar es Salaam
Based in Dar es Salaam, Ryan is the Media Development Associate for the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI). He implements media development projects in Tanzania and Ghana and coordinates NRGI’s media development research. Before working in international development, Ryan... Read More →
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Estacio Valoi

Center for Mozambique Investigative Journalism CJIMOZ
Estacio Valoi is a Mozambican investigative journalist (print, broadcaster, documentary, photography ) who assists Oxpeckers with transnational investigations into environmental problems in the sub-Saharan region. As a member of the African Investigative Publishing Collective, he... Read More →

Wednesday October 31, 2018 10:30am - 11:30am
WSS105 Wits Science Stadium, First Floor

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