Building forensic tech. Liberating open source intel. Fighting digital threats.
ANCIR partners with investigative newsrooms to produce data-driven investigative reports using social network analysis, entity analysis and open source intelligence.
Operation KOT: User network uses coordinated amplification of anti-Ruto hashtags on Twitter, in a likely attempt to spread disinformation. June 2020Read More
How users in African countries are scammed into sharing their banking information during the Covid-19 lockdown period. July 2020Read More
ANCIR focusses on using investigative entity analysis and open source intelligence to produce actionable data, and to combat disinformation and digital threats produced by predatory state agencies, malicious corporations, and organised crime.
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ANCIR partners with investigative newsrooms to produce data-driven journalism using entity analysis and open source intelligence.
Uncovering misinformation with the continent's best muckraking newsrooms.Read More
Anti-poaching buffer zones might in reality be land-grabbing for the mega-rich.Read More
Counting the human cost of Australia's mining empire in Africa.Read More
ANCIR is a network of Africa’s best muckraking newsrooms, collaborating on cross-border investigations and who pool their resources to build the technnologies and expertise necessary to beat organised crime and corruption.
ANCIR is a member of the Global Investigative Journalism Network and has partnership agreements with regional counterparts in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America.