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INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM

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INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM

Power Reporting 2009

    Draft Programme 9 October

    POWER REPORTING 2009

    The African Investigative Journalism Conference

    26 to 28 OCTOBER

Tea and coffee will be served all day

    Monday 26 October Morning 8.30 - 9am REGISTRATION

     Reith Dining Hall Computer Lab Room B249 Room B203

    Some sessions will be audio- streamed and recorded

    WELCOME: Plenary Plenary Plenary 9am Professor Tawana Kupe, Dean of

    Humanities, Wits Universty 10.15

    Brant Houston GIJN,

    Gerard Guèdègbé FAIR

    INTRODUCTION TO COURSES

     THE SECRET WORLD OF FIFA 10.30 CAR COURSE A Andrew Jennings ORGANISING YOUR tbc FINDING THE DATA 11.45 INVESTIGATION Brant Houston R David Kaplan

    SPORTS JOURNALISM: Is it about Plenary Plenary Plenary 12.00 who scored the goal?

    Rich Mkhondo, David Isaacson, 1pm

    Olukayode Thomas, Lashias Ncube

     Chair: John Perlman

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     LUNCH 1.00 2pm

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Power Reporting 2009

    Draft Programme 9 October

    POWER REPORTING 2009

    26 to 28 OCTOBER

    Monday 26 October Afternoon

     Reith Dining Hall Computer Lab Room 249 Room 203

    Some sessions will be audio-streamed and recorded

     CAR COURSE A FROM AFRICA TO EUROPE: Telling compelling stories 2.00 3.15pm EXCEL 1 spreadsheets trafficking young footballers Paula Fray Eric Mwamba Elena Egawhary R

    SHOWCASE CAR COURSE A THE ARMS DEAL WORKSHOP FOR 3.30 4.45pm EXCEL 2 sorting/filtering Sam Sole, Stefaans Brummer, Adriaan SPORTS JOURNALISTS Basson Elena Egawhary Andrew Jennings (Winner Taco Kuiper Award 2009) R

     HOW TO GET A TRUE STORY CAR COURSE A 5.00 6pm CAJE (closed session) Embedded or covert? EXCEL 3 pivot tables Brant Houston Sorious Samura, Anas Anas Elena Egawhary R

    MU217 Film night Beautiful Bung, made by Andrew Jennings (40 minutes)

    In debt we Trust, made by Danny Schechter (1hour 40 minutes) 6.30pm 9pm

    Buses at 9.15pm

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Power Reporting 2009

    Draft Programme 9 October

    POWER REPORTING 2009

    26 to 28 OCTOBER

Tea and coffee will be served all day

    Tuesday 27 October Morning

     Reith Dining Hall Computer Lab Room B 249 Room B203

    Some sessions will be audio-streamed and recorded

     CAR COURSE B PLUNDER: the economic crash 9.00 - 10.15 INTERNET SEARCH Danny Schechter

    TOOLS AND FINDING

    DATABASES

    Brant Houston R

     Plenary Plenary Plenary

    FINANCIAL JOURNALISM too 10.30 close to business?

    11.45 Colleen Naude, Ibim Semenitari,

    Ntyatyi Petros

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    SHOWCASE: 12.00 1pm CAR COURSE B THE DAILY DISPATCH MATHS AND STATS FOR Workshop for business EXCEL 1 spreadsheets Somali killings and Broken Homes JOURNALISTS journalists with Danny Elena Egawhary Thanducolo Jika, Gcina Ntsaluba Brant Houston Schechter (Taco Kuiper Grant)

    LUNCH 1.00 2pm

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Power Reporting 2009

    Draft Programme 9 October

    POWER REPORTING 2009

    26 to 28 OCTOBER

    Tuesday 27 October Afternoon

     Reith Dining Hall Computer Lab Room B249 Room B203

    All sessions will be audio- streamed and recorded

     CAR COURSE B Business and finance 1 TRANSNATIONAL Uganda: journalists v. the 2.00 IT’S FINANCE BUT IT’S EXCEL 2 sorting/filtering INVESTIGATIONS: state, using Access to STILL JOURNALISM Charles Rukuni, David Kaplan 3.15pm Elena Egawhary Information Caroline Southey Angelo Isama, Charles R Mwalungxa

    Western Aid to Africa: help or 3.30 CAR COURSE B Business and finance 2 hindrance? What about the workers WHY NUMBERS EXCEL 3 pivot tables 4.45pm Sorious Samura reporting on labour MATTER private v Elena Egawhary issues listed companies R Gavin MacFadyen, Rob Rose Kally Forrest

    THE FUTURE OF INVESTIGATIVE 5.00 6pm CAR COURSE B JOURNALISM 1 Access to Information: IMPORTING INTO EXCEL New Models for fund raising How to make your request Elena Egawhary Brant Houston, Gavin MacFadyen Fritz Schoon David Kaplan

     Dinner and FAIR African Investigative Journalism Awards, with Zimbabwean poet and rapper Comrade Fatso: Hofmeyr

    House, Wits East Campus. Buses at 10pm 6.30-10pm

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Power Reporting 2009

    Draft Programme 9 October

    POWER REPORTING 2009

    26 to 28 OCTOBER

    Tea and coffee will be served all day

    Wednesday 28 October Morning

     Reith Dining Hall Computer Lab Room B249 Room B203

    Some sessions will be audio- streamed and recorded

     Business and finance 3 CRIMINAL WARLORDS AND THE ICC 9.00 - Online tools to track CAJE (closed session) READING COMPANY Frank Nyakairu stories and sources ACCOUNTS profit 10.15 Izak Minnaar and loss Stuart Theobald

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    UNLOCKING THE PRISON GATES Plenary Plenary Plenary 10.30 Raphael Rowe and Jim Nichol

    R 11.45

    GOOGLE TO THE MAX Justice Workshop INTERVIEWING CEOs 12.00 Tara Turkington Jeremy Gordin, Raphael Bruce Whitfield

    1pm Rowe, Jim Nichol

    LUNCH 1.00 2pm

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Power Reporting 2009

    Draft Programme 9 October

    POWER REPORTING 2009

    26 to 28 OCTOBER

    Wednesday 28 October, afternoon

     Reith Dining Hall Computer Lab Room B249 Room B203

    All sessions will be audio-streamed and recorded

     Business and finance 4 Ujima a project for improving data in SOCIAL NETWORK SITES WINNER FAIR AWARD 2.00 READING COMPANY Africa As an investigative tool To be announced ACCOUNTS the small 3.15pm Brant Houston, Albert Rudatsimburwa Tara Turkington Tuesday evening print Stuart Theobald

    THE FUTURE OF INVESTIGATIVE Business and finance 5 3.30 JOURNALISM 2 FIND THE STORY IN New media, new methods 4.45pm THE FIGURES Andrew Trench Rob Rose Rex Chikoko, Brant Houston,

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    Close: Anton Harber, 5.00 Caxton Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, Wits University

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