The water-rich country of Tajikistan struggles to provide clean water to its citizens. Winston Mwale talks about his versatile career as a journalist. David Dembélé of Senegal and Jacques Ngor Sarr talk about their recent water pollution investigation in our first French-language podcast. Ruona Meyer and Billy Ntaote’s investigation is available on the CCIJ website.
Two new reports on the dangers of water collection– both for those gathering and drinking it– are released. Innovation Director Jon Lowenstein publishes two new projects on racism in America. Our community gets to know partner organization Volume, a South African podcasting company, better.
Villages in Malawi subjected to intermittent and unreliable water supply for the past 22 years
Winston Mwale releases a new report on water stress in Malawi and discusses it on Waterless. Khaled Sulaiman talks about bringing his own experiences into his reporting on water and climate change in Iraq. Wendy Muperi and Adie Vanessa Offiong discuss reporting on water disease in western and southern Africa. Raymond Joseph and his team at Ground Up won two major court battles in their coverage of the lottery.
Residents of Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe, tell journalist Winston Mwale about their daily struggle for water
Malawi goes to fresh presidential polls today, exactly 141 days after the Constitutional Court annulled the May 2019 presidential election on 3 February, 2020 citing “massive” irregularities. Will the country crawl back to normal life after today’s polls?
Jenipher Chagwanda is a Malawian Journalist with seven years experience in multimedia production.
Trained in human rights reporting by Canada-based Journalists for Human Rights and in investigative journalism by Reuters Thomson Foundation, Winston now specializes in investigative and solutions journalism.