AFRICAN MUCKRAKING, 75 years of investigative journalism from Africa

: Schiffrin (A.) & Lugalambi (G.) ed.

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347pp., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017


Contributions include:
"Sol Plaatje: 'All we claim is our just dues'" and "Ruth First: the obligation to dissent" by Catherine Higgs
"David Martin: tracking the 1969 killing of Mozambique's independence fighter, Eduardo Mondlane" by James Brennan
"Gwen Lister and Pius Dunaiski: exposed plans to stop SWAPO at 'all costs'" by Ron Nixon
"Anton Harber calls an apartheid strongman a 'liar' and changes the game in the negotiations that led to a free South Africa" by Ferial Haffajee
"Exposing Apartheid's Death Squads" and "Nxumalo Goes Undercover to Expose Human Rights Violations in Apartheid South Africa" by Anton Harber
"Famine and Epidemic Disease in Africa" by Alex de Waal
"Khadija Sharife on the Kimberley Process: how a system created to eliminate conflict diamonds hid conflicts through secrecy, legislative blindspots and a good ol' dose of one-eyed policy-making" by William Gumede.

Anya Schiffrin teaches and runs the Technology, Media and Advocacy Program at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs in New York.
George Lugalambi is a media development practitioner and researcher based in Kampala, Uganda.