A freelance investigative reporter, I cover East and Central Africa, with a particular focus on business, corruption, natural resources, land and social issues.
Although a newcomer to journalism, over the past decade, I’ve spent most of my time in Central and East Africa undertaking investigations for non-profits, such as the Forest Peoples Programme, FIDH, Global Witness and others. Lately, I have been focusing on human rights due diligence and beneficial ownership issues in extractive industries.
I’ve been published by Le Monde Afrique, IRIN News, Sydney Morning Herald, African Arguments and others.
My studies were economics at UTS in Sydney and development studies at the University of Oxford. I’m fluent in French, English and Hebrew. I get by in Spanish and can pretend to follow a conversation in German and Swahili. More details on LinkedIn.
I’m always looking for new stories, so if you want to give me some ideas, or publish my articles, please get in touch!