9 – 11 November, Wits University, Johannesburg
Power Reporting – the African Investigative Journalism Conference is the largest gathering of investigative journalists in Africa. In 2015 – the A-Z of financial investigations, including an investigative journalist’s guide to company accounts, off-shore tax havens, transfer pricing and tax avoidance.
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The 4th annual Carlos Cardoso Memorial Lecture was held on November 10 by Bheki Makhubu from Swaziland. Cardoso was a Wits student deported to Mozambique in 1974 because of his support for the Frelimo Government. He became a journalist, but while investigating a massive political and financial fraud, he was assassinated in the streets of Maputo on 22 November 2000. Makhubu, a journalist for 27 years, is a columnist and Editor-in-Chief of The Nation. He was jailed in March 2014 on charges of contempt of court following the publication of articles criticising the judicial system.
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|Over three hundred and fifty people attended the tenth Power Reporting conference held in early November 2014 at Wits University, Johannesburg. African delegates, South African journalism students, international speakers, the SA data journalism team, journalists from South Africa’s media houses, packed the classes to exchange ideas and skills.||Power Reporting 2013: