Who We Are
The African Investigative Publishing Collective (AIPC) is an association of veteran investigative journalists who have dedicated their working -and often also private- lives to the exposure of wrongs in their societies.
It is inspired by a commitment to dig deeper, unearth injustice and uncover truths in the public interest, that is, in the service of democracy, transparency and development.
The AIPC brings you investigative, in-depth stories from the African continent, exposing injustices and digging up hidden truths in the public interest. It publishes in Africa locally and regionally, but also internationally. It does so with a view to impact and social change, both globally and in Africa.
The journalists in the African Investigative Publishing Collective hold African leaders accountable. The AIPC exposes kleptocracy, corruption, and human rights violations. Pro-good governance activists in South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Togo, Mozambique, Rwanda, Burundi and elsewhere have publicly expressed the need for more investigative journalism to expose and counter oppression and plunder.
However, investigative journalism in Africa is desperately unsupported and underfunded. Not only is our work often risky; we also lack editorial support, time and resources. It is only through grants and project funding that we can do what we do.
Please therefore donate to the African Investigative Story Fund. Click here to donate to the AIPC
The New Series
The 2016 Series
- A military-only approach to terrorism in East and West Africa …Read More »
- Witchcraft pervades some developing societies up to the highest levels …Read More »
- State structures in African countries are often inhabited by officials …Read More »
- In Montepuez, the richest ruby deposit in the world, a …Read More »
- “Malaria deaths down by sixty percent,” headlined the World Health …Read More »
- Botswana is mostly known from stories about ‘authentic’ tribes living …Read More »
- Investigating corruption and mysterious deaths at the heart of Mozambique's …Read More »
- By Zack Ohemeng Tawiah Workers of the Metro Mass Transit …Read More »
- By Zack Ohemeng Tawiah The lives of more than 2,500 residents …Read More »
- By Zack Ohemeng Tawiah Doctors at the Komfo Anokye Teaching …Read More »
- By Benon Herbert Oluka The Uganda-China Friendship Agricultural Technology Demonstration Center …Read More »
- By Benon Herbert Oluka In 2001, the government launched the rural …Read More »