Our Programs

Supporting investigative journalism in Sub-Saharan Africa

Our programs are designed to support and equip Journalists in Sub-Saharan Africa with the tools, resources and skills needed to practice investigative journalism in defense of the public interest and also expose abuses of power and betrayals of the public trust by government, business, and other institutions, using the moral force of investigative journalism to spur reform through the sustained spotlighting of wrongdoing.


Training & Capacity Building

We train and equip students, local journalists, a spiring investigative journalist and journalism educators across Sub-Saharan Africa with the needed skills and resources to help them cover what’s missing in today’s news. We’re working to bring Investigative journalism to every newsroom in the Sub-Saharan countries and through our mentorship and training program “Investigate 28” we aim to contribute towards the growth of Investigative journalism in the region. Depending on the country, we asses and develop a specific training plan which is engineered to increase the capacity and improve journalist’s investigative skills. With capacity training, we are able to run workshops that deal with specific form of journalism I.e. Open-source, Data and Undercover Journalism. These workshops can take place both on location and online.


Collabotive Reporting

We collaborate with other partners around the world on investigative projects with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa countries which multiply and maximize reporting resources and increase readership and also encourages cross-border investigations in addressing issues that exceed national boundaries.


Learning Lab

we provide guides, tools and resources to help students, journalist, News Rooms, Journalism Educators to improve their knowledge, skills and to help them catalyze high-impact Investigative reporting. Learn new skills and update your knowledge via our Lab.



We play a crucial role in advocating for the rights of journalists, monitoring press freedom violations, providing support and resources to journalists in need, and raising awareness about the importance of a free and independent media.



Research and Analysis is a core part of M28 Investigates’ mandate, and a central prerequisite to effect change and promote freedom of press, freedom of expression and Investigative Journalism Sub-Saharan Africa. Our research intends to provide innovative, relevant and impactful perspectives on current issues affecting press freedom in particular investigative journalism, while simultaneously meeting the highest standards.

Highlights of past trainings