The International Centre for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, is one of the 9 media organisations that will receive a total of $5 million dollars from the MacArthur Foundation to strengthen their capacity to advance transparency and anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria.
The International Center for Investigative Reporting, ICIR, has emerged as one of the media organisations whose projects were selected to get support from the innovateAFRICA fund to pursue modern journalism innovations.
A Professor of Mass Communications at the Lagos State University and Chairman of the Judges’ Board of the Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting, Lai Oso, has described online reporting as the future of Journalism in Nigeria.
Fisayo Soyombo, editor of TheCable, has been announced as one of the winners of the Zimeo Excellence in Journalism Awards organised by the African Media Initiative, in Nairobi, Kenya.
A groundbreaking investigation into the challenges of access to drinking water in Nigeria, done by Kolawole Talabi and published on the icirnigeria.org website has been selected as one of the winning stories of the water and sanitation round of the impactAFRICA data journalism initiative.
A photojournalist with Naij.com, an online news portal, earlier reported missing, Adeyinka Adeparusi, has been confirmed killed in an accident in Abuja. The online newspaper in a statement released Tuesday…
The editor of TheCable, Fisayo Soyombo, has emerged winner of the Newcomer of the Year category of the 2016 Free Press awards, which held in The Hague, Netherlands, last Wednesday.…
Jamil Mabai, a blogger who was arrested last week for allegedly writing a controversial blog post is still in detention without bail, ten days after.
Two Nigerian journalists have been nominated for the 2016 edition of the African Fact-Checking Awards.
A Human Rights Activist, Alagoa Morris, has called on the Department of State Security, DSS, to either charge detained Bayelsa-based journalist, Jones Abiri before a court of law or release him.