New Whistleblowing Platform for African Investigative Journalists
The new whistleblowing platform Afrileaks - a kind of Wikileaks for Africa - launched, giving journalists a secure, anonymous platform to leak confidential information online.
Homepage layout of AfriLeaks.
Afrileaks, the Internet Home for African Whistleblowers
Daily Maverick, 21 January 2015
There are plenty of dodgy things going on in Africa, and far too few journalists around to expose them all. In many instances, the truth behind fishy elections and shady arms deals… Read more »
Newspaper Launches 'AfriLeaks'
SA Info, 15 January 2015
Whistle-blowers can now leak information anonymously via AfriLeaks, a new website set up by 19 media outlets and activist groups across the continent, which is committed to… Read more »
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