At Wits University’s three-day African Investigative Journalism Conference in October, NRGI staff and four NRGI media fellows from Nigeria and Tanzania developed a deeper sense of how the media landscape in Africa is changing—particularly as it relates to oil, gas and mining reporting.
Last month PLSI launched Resourcebenefits.ng, a new platform designed to enable extractive affected communities in Nigeria to understand the resource revenue their government entities receive and monitor its utilization for the development of their communities.
Dans la gouvernance des ressources extractives, les exigences de transparence et de redevabilité portent sur toute la chaine de valeur des ressources, notamment à l’échelon local où les populations sont le plus touchées par la pauvreté.
The issue of how to attract and retain young talent—and women especially—is becoming an increasingly serious concern for oil and gas companies. Many younger people do not see the oil and gas sector as attractive.