This website is dedicated to try to find out the truth. We are a group of independent people, journalists, from NGOs, some just ordinary folk, but all with a single ambition – we want wonderful Mozambique to flourish, to fulfil its destiny, to help our people reap the fruits that they deserve. If you have any information or photographs that you think can help us with this mission, please get in touch.
We are also looking for original articles on the direction that President Nyusi is taking the country. We will pay reasonable journalistic rates (in BTC) for any such articles that we publish.
Guide to contacting us securely:
We realise that you might well wish to remain anonymous and we will do our best to protect your anonymity. However you should be aware that despite our best efforts we cannot absolutely guarantee your security or anonymity.
We recommend you set up a dedicated email address for submitting material, such as a free one from a secure provider which offers end-to-end encryption and anonymous email with no personal information required for set-up.
We also recommend not using a network or device that can easily be traced back to your real identity. Instead, use public wi-fi networks and computers or mobiles phones that you own and have set up i.e. not computers in internet cafes or those controlled by your employer. Be wary of people seeing your screen, and of CCTV cameras.
You can use a separate computer you’ve designated specifically to handle the submission process. Or, you can use an alternate operating system like Tails, which boots from a USB stick and erases your activity at the end of every session.
A file contains valuable metadata about its source — when it was created and downloaded, what machine was involved, the machine’s owner, etc. You can scrub metadata from some files prior to submission using the Metadata Anonymisation Toolkit featured in Tails. Ensure you do not accidentally reveal your identity on any documents sent to us.
Remember that your online behaviour can be extremely revealing. Regularly monitoring our social media or website can potentially flag you as a source. We recommend that you take great care to think about what your online behaviour might reveal, and consider using “private” or “incognito” browser settings, or Tor to mitigate such monitoring.