Code for South Africa has launched
Africa’s first data journalism school in February 2016.

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  • Opening local budget data

    The South African National Treasury is in the process of opening municipal financial data to make it widely available in order to increase visibility and strengthen civic participation. How awesome is that? Read more

  • Quick and dirty map viz

    Taking shortcuts and outright cheating is the hallmark of a great developer. I like creating graphics, both visualisations and pretty maps but I often don't have the time to spend hours making one from scratch. In this blog I'm going to explain the process that I took to create a quick and dirty map navigation tool. Read more

  • Build your own Wazimap

    It's now much easier to build your own Wazimap and help more people find the story behind the data. Read more

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